SMT, PCB Electronics Industry News
  • SMTnet
  • »
  • Industry News
  • »
  • Viscom Semiautomatic X-ray Inspection Now Offers High-Performance Verification Linkage

Viscom Semiautomatic X-ray Inspection Now Offers High-Performance Verification Linkage

Oct 15, 2012

 X8000-series systems.

Viscom today announced  plans to launch the X8011 PCB with HARAN – a brand new linkage to the verification station for X8011 PCB X-ray inspection systems. Now, analysis results can be verified with ease and unspecified defects can be automatically pinpointed and re-examined in detail.

Viscom’s comprehensive line of optical and X-ray inspection solutions covers all examination needs in the SMD production sector. The company's portfolio encompasses highly efficient AOI systems as well as high-resolution systems for X-ray inspection – from fully automatic in-line solutions (AXI X7056) to manual and semi-automatic X-ray inspection with the X8000-series systems.

The X8011 PCB X-ray inspection system was specifically developed for assembly inspection, providing maximum granularity and highest image quality. The XMC analysis software allows for convenient operation, containing several automatic analyses such as BGA, QFN and inspection, as well as void calculation.

Viscom now offers a powerful verification terminal link with XMC that is identical to the in-line system’s standard issue. Hereby, detected defects are vividly represented and the operator can verify them precisely assisted by diverse high-resolution views. All data and images of the type of defect can be stored and, when needed, called up over the traceability system. This ensures even higher process security and alleviates inspection verification, i.e. by audits.

An extraordinary feature of the system is that defects that evade conclusive identification can be directly and automatically pinpointed for detailed examination, i.e. with an inclined view or zoom enlargements.

Mar 07, 2013 -

Semikron Checks DCBs with Automatic Wirebond AOI from Viscom

Mar 07, 2013 -

Viscom Scores NPI Award for Its SPI-AOI Uplink Function

Feb 21, 2013 -

Viscom presents new XM camera module for extreme cycle times and highest inspection depth

Jan 17, 2013 -

Viscom to Debut S6056 XM AOI with New 65 Megapixel Camera Head at the IPC APEX EXPO

Oct 11, 2012 -

Manufacture with Confidence – Combined Optical and X-ray Inspection from Viscom

Sep 14, 2012 -

Viscom AG Obtains “Authorized Economic Operator” Status

Sep 13, 2012 -

Viscom to Exhibit AOI/AXI Capabilities and New Process Uplink at SMTA International 2012

Aug 23, 2012 -

Smyczek Optimizes SMT Processes with Viscom 3D-SPI Process Uplink

Jul 26, 2012 -

Viscom Strengthens Its Manual and Semiautomatic Inspection for the Electronics Industry

Jul 25, 2012 -

Viscom to Exhibit AOI/AXI Capabilities and New Process Uplink at IPC Midwest 2012

2 more news from Martel Marketing Communications, Inc. »

Jul 21, 2017 -

Epec Now Offering PCB Layout and Design Services

Jul 21, 2017 -

Help customer solve problems of 750L machine

Jul 19, 2017 -

Digicom Electronics Receives AS9100:2016 (RevD) Aerospace and ISO 9001:2015 Certifications

Jul 19, 2017 -

Conecsus Presents SMT Metals Waste Recycling Solutions at SMTAI 2017

Jul 19, 2017 -

New Metcal HTD Tips & Hand-piece Increase Throughput and Save Money

Jul 19, 2017 -

Altus Supports Bespoke Desktop Robots for Automated Soldering, from ATN Germany

Jul 19, 2017 -

STI Acquires Fischerscope X-ray XDAL 237

Jul 19, 2017 -

COT Reduces Prices on SMT Nozzles & Consumables

Jul 19, 2017 -

Cogiscan Partners with iBASEt for Automated Electronics Assembly

Jul 19, 2017 -

International Wafer-Level Packaging Conference (IWLPC) Program Announced and Registration Now Open

See electronics manufacturing industry news »

Viscom Semiautomatic X-ray Inspection Now Offers High-Performance Verification Linkage news release has been viewed 783 times

  • SMTnet
  • »
  • Industry News
  • »
  • Viscom Semiautomatic X-ray Inspection Now Offers High-Performance Verification Linkage
pcb components vacuum pick up

Plasma Prior to Conformal Coating