MIRTEC to Exhibit Award-Winning 3D AOI System at SMTA Guadalajara


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MIRTEC will exhibit its award-winning MV-6 OMNI 3D AOI System at the SMTA Guadalajara Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled to take place October 18–19, 2017 at the Hotel Riu Guadalajara.

"We are very excited to display our MV-6 OMNI 3D AOI System at this year's event," stated Brian D'Amico, President of MIRTEC's North American Sales and Service Division. "Market demand for our award-winning MV-6 OMNI 3D AOI and MS-11e 3D SPI product line has resulted in unprecedented growth of our organization throughout Mexico and the rest of North America."

The award-winning MV-6 OMNI 3D AOI Machine is configured with MIRTEC's exclusive OMNI-VISION 3D Inspection Technology that combines the 15 Mega Pixel CoaXPress Camera Technology with MIRTEC's revolutionary 8 Projection Digital Multi-Frequency Moiré 3D system in a newly designed cost-effective platform. MIRTEC's 15 Mega Pixel CoaXPress Vision System is a proprietary camera system designed for use with our complete product range of 3D inspection systems. MIRTEC’s 8 Projection Digital Multi-Frequency Moiré Technology, provides true 3D inspection to yield precise height measurement data used to detect lifted component and lifted lead defects as well as solder volume post reflow. Fully configured the MIRTEC MV-6 OMNI machines feature four 10 Mega Pixel Side-View Cameras in addition to a 15 Mega Pixel Top-Down Camera.

"There is little doubt that this new technology has set the standard by which all other inspection equipment is measured," continues D'Amico. "We look forward to welcoming attendees to our booth for a detailed demonstration of our technologically advanced MV-6 OMNI 3D AOI system."

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MIRTEC is a leading global supplier of automated inspection systems to the electronics manufacturing industry.  For further information, please click here.

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