AOI for PCB inspection

AOI

Automated optical inspection, also known as AOI, is a system used to inspect electronic assemblies. As manual inspection is no longer an option, due to market demands increasing and components becoming more complex and miniaturized, an AOI system is needed to ensure fast production with high quality. On this page, you will find advanced products, user-friendly solutions, and testimonials for AOI within the electronic manufacturing industry.

Mirtec MV-OMNI-6 3D AOI machine
Smart inspection software

Mirtec’s 3D AOI and SPI systems at Apex 2020

Mirtec will premier its complete line of 3D AOI and SPI inspection systems at the 2020 IPC Apex Expo.
“We are very excited about the products that we will be presenting at Apex 2020,” stated Brian D’Amico, President of North American Sales and Service Division. “Mirtec will...

Ultra-fast, inline way to inspect PCBs

2D bottom-side AOI solution from Saki

Bottom-side automated optical inspection (AOI) has become an important addition to the printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) process. This has been driven by...

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Super compact X-ray inspection system

Nordson Dage, a division of Nordson Corporation, announces the launch of the Explorer one, a super compact X-ray inspection system. Designed specifically for...

Model and test components in high definition

Microscope with 3D digital display technology

Vision Engineering Ltd. unveiled a 3D digital display stereoscopic technology. Unlike traditional mono digital microscopes, the Deep Reality Viewer (DRV)...

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