Creative Electron Premieres TruView 10 X-Ray Software


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Creative Electron unveiled its new software at the IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries (IPC) Apex Expo. The software is an innovative approach to the user-experience of inspection and analysis.

This year, for the company’s 10-year anniversary, Creative Electron updated the heart of its x-ray machinery. On display at APEX Expo, the new interface amazed passers’ by with its speed and ease of use.  The new TruView 10 x-ray Software boasts automated paths with repeatable tests, user created programs and test procedures, and overall increased system speed.

“The updates create a smooth relationship between user and machine,” remarks Anh Nguyen, vice president of software development at Creative Electron. However, this is “not your mother’s” user experience. Human error is minimalized by Creative Electron’s creation of a modern dashboard interface. This interface uses real time reporting to produce actionable data, a critical weapon in diagnosing costly production issues. This is a fully automated imaging process that gives quality inspection managers peace of mind. The new TruView 10 Software eliminates concerns about under qualified operators. The principle of “trusting your instruments” finally applies in the x-ray industry.

About Creative Electron

Creative Electron is the largest US manufacturer of x-ray inspection systems for electronics. Based in California, the company designs and manufactures the award winning TruView X-Ray family of products. Powered by proprietary algorithms and state of the art hardware, TruView enables you to rethink x-ray inspection.

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