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Lenthor Engineering, a California based designer, manufacturer and assembler of flex and rigid-flex printed circuit boards, announces the purchase of Mirtec’s MV-6 OMNI 3D AOI Series inline component inspection machine. The Mirtec MV-6 offers 15 mega pixel camera technology along with an advanced 8 phase color lighting system.
“By providing this state-of-the-art component inspection technology, Lenthor Engineering can now offer our customers the assurance of 100% accuracy for solder joints, component polarity and placement,” says Matt Kan, Lenthor Engineering’s Assembly and EMS Director.
The purchase of this equipment, matched with the recent addition of a CyberOptics SE500 Solder Paste Inspection AOI, continues Lenthor’s drive to provide its customers with the level of product assurance and compliance they demand from their top tear partners.
Philip Stoten, Scoop
The IPC Connected Factory Exchange (CFX) demo at the recent IPC APEX EXPO 2018 trade show in San Diego, California, is a great example of industry collaboration. The CFX Showcase at APEX had 245,000 CFX website page views; 701,200 CFX messages transmitted; and 664.5 million bytes of data exchanged; and the whole thing was pulled together in a matter of weeks. Here's what the participants in the program have got to say.
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Craig Arcuri of COMET Technologies details the numerous ways his company's technology is employed to manufacture and inspect a wide range of products, from chips to jet engine turbine blades. He also speaks about Lab One, the company's new technology and application center in Silicon Valley.
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