Still Time to Sign up for Goepel Webinar on Automated 2D/3D X-Ray Inspection


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Spots are still available for Goepel electronic’s free webinar, “A Look at the Technology in Practice – Fully Automated Inspection of Hidden Solder Joints and Voids” on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 11 AM EST. 

The webinar will be introduced by a comparing selective-area and full surface X-Ray inspection. The advantages and disadvantages of these strategies will be presented and a technical and economic comparison will be explained. In addition, attendees will receive information about methods and technologies for the inspection of hidden solder joints of BGAs, QFNs, hidden components and voiding in large solder planes.

Learn more about the flexible use of 2D, 2.5D and 3D X-Ray imaging for maximum depth of inspection and gain an understanding of what scalable 3D image is capable of.

The following questions will also be addressed:

  • How can I improve inspection depth and confidence in the quality of my PCBs?
  • How can X-Ray technologies provide complete inspection at production speeds while simultaneously documenting detailed inspection results?
  • Can X-Ray inspection technologies keep pace with the requirements of state-of-the-art electronics manufacturing?
  • How will an X-Ray inspection system be integrated into the world of industry 4.0?

The webinar will conclude with an explanation of the optimum balance between image quality and inspection depth.

Goepel invites quality and production managers for electronic assemblies, technologists and production planners and CEOs and directors of electronic manufacturing companies to attend this FREE event. 

To register, visit Goepel electronic’s “Automated 2D/3D X-Ray Inspection of single-sided and double-sided PCBs in the Production Line” event page.

About GOEPEL electronic

GOEPEL electronic is a worldwide leading vendor of innovative electronic and optical test and inspection systems, being the market leader for professional JTAG/Boundary Scan solutions for Embedded System Access (ESA). A network of branch offices, distributors and service partners ensures the global availability of the products as well as the support of system installations worldwide. Founded in 1991 and headquartered in Jena/Germany, GOEPEL electronic employs currently more than 230 employees and generated a revenue of 30 Million Euro in 2015. GOEPEL electronic has continuously been ISO9001 certified since 1996 and has been honoured with TOP-JOB and TOP-100 awards for being one of the best medium-sized companies in Germany. GOEPEL electronic’s products won several awards in recent years and are used by the leading companies in telecommunication, automotive, space and avionics, industrial controls, medical technology, and other industries. Further information about the company and its products can be found on the internet, click here.

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