Yes. This is explained in the IPC-6012 training and also in the IPC-A-600, IPC-A-610 and J-STD-001 training program.
This is stated in a table in the J-STD-001 and in the IPC-6012 standard.
AABUS is the abbreviation of “As Agreed Between User and Supplier”. This abbreviation often occurs in an IPC standard.
Especially when rework with a hot air gun you often see small spots on the PCB surface. Is this allowed? This and more PCB surface damage (such as delamination, blisters, also on flexible printed circuit boards, etc.) are described in [...]
You should never use/assemble damaged components. But if components are assembled undamaged and then machine soldered and they come out of the wave soldering machine / reflow oven with a small damage, then it is good to know what is [...]
The wire diameter is the total/overall diameter of the wire (including insulation). This is also called the outside diameter. This is described in the IPC-A-610, J-STD-001 and IPC/WHMA-A-620 standard.
IPC indicates that the minimum lighting in the workplace should be about 1000 lm / m2 in order to be able to work (solder) and inspect properly. The colour temperature is also indicated. For further information see the IPC-A-610, J-STD-001 [...]
IPC has 3 product classes: class 1 (consumer electronics), class 2 (industrial electronics) and class 3 (high reliability electronics). The customer may determine the product class in which the product must be produced. It is important that the inspector knows [...]
The theoretic part can be followed online. However, the practical modules must be observed “live” and assessed by a certified IPC trainer (MIT or CIT). So that is unfortunately not possible online (by webcam).
The J-STD-001 training is both a theory and a practical training. The standard is discussed in the theory module. In the practical part, the participants learn how to solder wires to different types of terminals, how to solder THT components [...]