Optical control to Display SMD Counting Machine at IPC APEX


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optical control GmbH & Co. KG announced today they will display the latest SMD Counting Machine OC-SCAN CCX.3 in booth #2953 at the upcoming IPC APEX EXPO, taking place Feb 27-March 1 at the San Diego Convention Center in California.

Exact inventory knowledge and permanent inventory is mandatory to increase productivity, for on-time delivery and an immediate reaction in case of bottlenecks. The entire SMT line is monitored, so monitoring and controlling inventory to run the lines is equally critical. The OC-SCAN CCX.3 SMD counting machine simplifies electronic manufacturing work and gives exact, and precise control of inventory, and as a result, helps keeps lines running!

“Although we were the first in the world to offer this technology, showing the OC-SCAN CCX.3 at APEX will be our debut at a North American exhibition,” commented Todd O’Neil, North American Sales Manager for optical control. “We are excited to show people what we can do with this technology, and why we are chosen by some of the world’s largest EMS and CM companies.”

For more information, please stop by booth #2953 at the show. 

About optical control GmbH & Co. KG

A full-service EMS company, optical control is part of the Elsysko group in Weißenohe, Germany and has 180 employees, four SMT lines, and two through-hole lines. The company was founded in 2009 and in 2012, optical control was formed as a sales and service organization for the CCX (component counter X-ray) products. In 2013, the company debuted its first machine: the CCX.1.

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