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Saki AOI series awarded IPC-CFX certification 

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Saki AOI series awarded IPC-CFX certification 

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Saki‘s 3Si SPI and 3Di AOI series have been awarded IPC-CFX certification Source: Saki Corporation

Saki Corporation, specialist in automated optical and X-ray inspection equipment, has announced that its 3Si Solder Paste Inspection (SPI) and 3Di Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) solutions have been certified by the IPC as IPC-CFX (Connected Factory Exchange), compliant.

The company says this certification, a global standard to simplify and standardize M2M (machine-to-machine) and machine-to-MES communication, provides customers with a high level of reliability when installing Saki‘s inspection machines in the future.

The system enables effective data communication between devices in a factory line, improving the efficiency and visibility of the entire line, and reducing costs.

Commenting on the approvals, Norihiro Koike, President and CEO of Saki Corporation said, “We are very excited that our SPI and AOI solutions have been added to the IPC-CFX Qualified Products List. It reinforces our commitment to supporting a standardized, interconnected ecosystem for electronics production environments and provides our customers with a trusted seal of approval upon which they are able to make educated purchasing decisions. The combination of IPC-CFX certification and our state-of-the-art equipment and advanced proprietary software suite, further strengthens Saki’s position as a leading supplier of automated inspection solutions in the world.”

www.sakicorp.com/en/

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