ESD MANUFACTURING WORKSHOP & INTERNAL

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INTRODUCTION TO ESD MANUFACTURING WORKSHOP & INTERNAL

Electrostatic discharge related failures continue to cost electronics manufactures many millions of dollars every year. The cost of damaged wafer, die, component or assembly might be only few cents or could reach thousands of dollars. When failure happens in the field, multiply the cost by ten. ESD can impact productions yields, product quality, reliability in the field and customer satisfaction, all of these will affect your profitability.

Current industry standards including ANSI/ESDA S20.20 all for effective ESD control program that includes initial and recurrent ESD awareness training for all personnel who might come into contact with ESD sensitive items, and for the maintenance of complete training records.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

The Workshop will help you to:
• Understand ESD impact in the electronics environment
• Determine EOS / ESD problems
• Establish & implement techniques to measure and audit your plant.
• Establish, implement and verify an ESD control plan as per IEC 61340-5-1 or ANSI/ESD S20.20-2021

 

WHO MUST ATTEND

Managers, Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors overall any personnel handling ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) sensitive items. Relevant for wafer/silicon, semiconductor, electronics and fiber optics manufacturing industries.

 

METHODOLOGY

Electrostatic Fundamentals

Fundamental workshop will give an insight of tribo-electric charging, failure mechanism & establish need of ESD control plan.

Program outline:

  • Basic Engineering Knowledge
  •  Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
  •  Electrostatic Attraction (ESA)
  •  Electrostatic Overstress (EOS)
  •  ESD Failure Model
    •   HBM
    •   MM
    •   CDM / FICDM
  •  ESD Test Model
  •  Control ESD
    •   Responsibility
    •   EPA
  •  ESD Audit
    •   ESD Audit Instrument
  •  ESD Control Plan Guidelines
  •  ANSI ESD S20.20 -2014 review

Hands-on tutorials: Measurements and compliance verifications in EPAs

  • Resistance measurements
  • Measurements of charging
  • Personnel grounding
  • Touring the facility or process from end to end
  • Performing detailed evaluation of all ESD related elements within the facility, or related to the process

 

COURSE CONTENT

Day 1
Electrostatic Fundamentals

  • MODULE 1: Fundamentals concepts for ESD Coordinators
  • MODULE 2: Device Failure Mechanisms
  • MODULE 3: Selection and use of Equipments
  • MODULE 4: Measurement techniques
  • MODULE 5: Guidance on resistance and voltage measurement methods
  • MODULE 6: ESD Control with Training Certification (video base training)

 

Day 2

  • MODULE 7: Ray’s ESD Prevention Secrets (video base training)
  • MODULE 8: Fundamental ESD concepts and calculations of resistance, capacitance, voltage & charge.
  • MODULE 9: Overview of ANSI/ESD S20.20-2021
  • MODULE 10: ESD Associations standard documents
  • MODULE 11: Ionization
  • MODULE 12: EPA Design
  • MODULE 13: Packaging Design Issues
  • MODULE 14: Personnel Grounding
  • MODULE 15: ESD Control Plan
  • MODULE 16: Internal audit: Program Overview & Checklist

ESD review on process & design control on production floor

 

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