The WET process is a PCB manufacturing process used in the fabrication of double and mult layer circuits boards. It involves the use of chemicals to add/remove material from the surface of a copper clad laminate.
The curriculum for a program that covers WET Process Management includes the following topics:
- Introduction to wet process engineering and techniques for process optimization
- Chemical properties and reactions of wet process solutions
- Wet process equipment and instrumentation, such as pumps, valves, and flow meters
- Safety considerations in wet process operations
- Water quality and treatment for wet processes
- Chemical handling and storage
- Process control and monitoring, including pH control and chemical dosing
- Process troubleshooting and problem-solving
- Quality control and inspection techniques for wet processes
- Environmental considerations and regulations for wet processes
The curriculum may also include hands-on training and projects to provide practical experience in wet process operations and management.