Creative Electron to Kick Off 'Everything You Need to Know About X-Ray' Webinar


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Creative Electron will be providing its first webinar in a series, “Everything You Need to Know About X-Ray” on June 20.

The webinar reviews how x-rays are used in SMT inspection and inventory control.  It is hosted by Bill Cardoso and Glen Thomas, each with over 20 years of experience in x-ray imaging.  Dr. Cardoso founded Creative Electron after a decade long career with the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab.) “Glen and I are happy to share our expertise with the SMT community.  It’s our nature as scientists to share findings and perspective for the greater good.  This is also a great opportunity for inspection managers to get clarification on the quality inspection and inventory management process,” notes Dr. Cardoso.

“Everything You Need to Know About X-Ray,” is free of charge and begins at noon EST/9AM PST on June 20. To register, please contact content manager Ashley Walsh

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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