The workmanship standards used are a compilation of visual Quality Requirements for electronic assemblies. All procedures are based on IPC (Institute for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits.)
Our standard methods of assembly and interconnect soldering are based on an acceptability criteria for High Performance Electronic Products – Class 3 and ANSI J-Standard 001. Defined in IPC-A-610, Class 3 requirements are equipment for commercial and military products where continued performance or performance-on-demand is critical. This includes equipment and/or products that are subject to harsh and uncommon environmental conditions.
Compliance to Quality Practices, Objectives and Procedures: The operators, assemblers and technicians at Toby-Yanni, Inc. are trained to IPC-A-610 Class 3 requirements. We understand the importance placed on us by our customers to perform at or beyond expectations. Because of the divergence of products, board types and requirements, Toby-Yanni, Inc. uses a method of cross-training employees in the manufacturing area to provide the flexibility required to get the job done the way our valued customers wants it. In post-solder, whether it be Mass Oven Reflow or Wavesolder, the printed circuit boards are inspected for any anomalies such as shorts, opens or any other problems so the product meets IPC-610 quality standards. A final inspection is performed by qualified inspectors and then the boards can be tested if required -the final stage before shipping to the customer.
Applicable Documents: Institute for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies IPC-A-610 Electronic Assembly Practices ANSI J-Standard Design Standard for Rigid Printed Boards and Assemblies Surface Mount Design and Land Pattern Standards.