Microsoldering Training

M D Wireless Now Provides
Microsoldering Training!

 

Prerequisite- You should already have experience with phone and tablet disassembly and assembly. That will not be covered during this course. For basic repair training or to sign up for this course please visit this page where you can find upcoming dates and availability.

Are you ready to take your phone repair skills to the next level? This is a logical step forward that will create opportunities where you previously had to either turn a potential customer away or worse yet send them to your competitor. We are proud to announce our newest program.

 

Microsoldering Repair Training

 

This course is designed to do a lot of things. Mainly to help you reach a point where you can identify and pursue projects that make you money! For anyone who is not already familiar with board level repairs here is one of the most valuable lessons that you are likely to learn one way or another: It is ridiculously easy to fall into a trap where you invest way too much time in things that will not make you much if any income. Continued below…

 

Microsoldering Repair Course Dates:

 

Microsoldering Repair Four Day Course

DateTimeLocationSeats Available
October 1st-4th 201910am-6pm 2509 San Jose Drive
Antioch, CA
94509
3
November 4th-7th10am-6pm 2509 San Jose Drive
Antioch, CA
94509
3

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Let me state that once more in big letters just to make sure that anyone skimming this content will see it.

It is ridiculously easy to fall into a trap where you invest way too much time and/or money in things that will not make you much if any income.

We can help you to avoid this.

Practice, practice, practice

Sure every microsoldering job can be a learning experience and some people out there may enjoy taking on any challenge no matter how bad the odds of success are. Once you are in a position to spend hours going down the proverbial “rabbit hole” knock yourself out! For now though we will concentrate on the jobs that are likely to show up at your place of business on a regular basis. The ones that we find to be most profitable and less prone to complications. We don’t mean to say that this is all necessarily easy at first. If it was then you wouldn’t need hands on training. Becoming proficient at board level repair does take practice. You will not leave this training, or any other by the way, as a master of microsoldering. What you will have by the end of our course is the information, resources, and hands on experience that you will take with you on your journey to excellence.

 

Here is a brief overview of what’s included.

 

I Introduction to electricity and basic circuitry

II Equipment needed and how to operate it

III Schematics and board view software

IV Multimeter operation

V Using a DC power supply

VI Troubleshooting phones and tablets

VII Removal and replacement of small components

VIII Creating jumper wires

IX Common repairs- iPhones, iPads, Samsung Galaxy series, PS4s, Nintendo Switch

X Where to get equipment and parts

 

Below are specifically the repairs that we see most often as of today and the ones that we will be covering during this course.

 

iPhone

Touch disease

Charging IC replacement

Gas gauge repair

Audio IC AKA Loop disease

Backlight circuit

 

Samsung Galaxy Phones

Micro USB/USB-C ports

Max charging IC

Power Management IC

 

iPad

Touch and backlight filters, diodes, and coils

Charge port

Digitizer and display connectors

 

Game consoles

PS4

Nintendo Switch

Xbox

 

There is a lot of information in this training course. Too much to list here but if you are looking for details here’s more of what we cover.

 

  • Ratings, values, tolerance, and package sizes
  • No image/backlight
  • Not charging
  • Damaged FPC connectors
  • No boot/incomplete boot
  • Heat and shorted circuits
  • Partial shorts
  • Open lines
  • Shield removal
  • Underfill and overfill
  • Hot air rework

 

Ready to get started? Go here!

If you have questions about our microsoldering course feel free to contact us by email or phone.