Yxlon to Launch Products at Nepcon Thailand


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At this year’s Nepcon Thailand, taking place June 20-23, Yxlon invites all interested parties to the great launch of their Cheetah and Cougar ECO X-ray inspection systems for use in the electronics industry. These microfocus systems, which have been developed by Yxlon in Germany, are characterized by an excellent price-performance ratio. Being entry-level systems in two sizes, each of them provides best inspection results in quality control in the SMT and semiconductor industries.

Advanced German engineering and European Manufacture with a low carbon footprint result in a total solution that sets a new benchmark for X-ray systems of this class. And like all Yxlon systems, the safety standards exceed all global requirements.

As well as the sophisticated, segment-specific X-ray inspection systems of the EVO family and even the universal YXLON FF20/35/85 CT systems, Cougar and Cheetah ECO systems too benefit from the high-resolution FeinFocus tubes, the advanced target technology, a finely calibrated flat-panel detector and a state-of-the-art manipulation system. Easy 1-click operation and the intuitive FGUI user interface deliver quick and clear results. An upgrade with the unique FF-CT or Micro3DSlice software expands Cheetah and Cougar ECO easily with high-quality computed tomography capabilities.

About YXLON

YXLON International designs and produces radioscopic and CT inspection systems for the widest variety of applications and fields. Whether situated in the aviation & aerospace, automotive or electronics industry, our customers are among the largest producers, major enterprises that place their confidence in our quality worldwide.

The name YXLON stands for assurance and quality for all types of cast parts, tires, electronic components, turbine blades, welded joints and a lot more. Our product portfolio includes X-ray systems for installation in radiological inspection envelopes, universal X-ray inspection systems on the basis of fully shielded devices, as well as solutions specific to a customer. Whether in manual, semi or fully automated operation, our inspection systems are ideal for deployment in research & development and can be integrated into any production process.

With our FeinFocus product line we offer microfocus systems for detailed insights into even finer structures. If semiconductor packaging, BGA soldering joints on printed circuit boards, sensors or relays – with 2D or 3D inspection missing or damaged bonding wires, flawed soldering joints or splices as well as other manufacturing defects can be detected and their position and size defined according to requirements.

With our headquarters in Hamburg, sales and service locations in Tokyo, Osaka, Hudson (Ohio), San Jose (California), Beijing, Shanghai, Hattingen and Heilbronn, as well as a network of representatives in over 50 countries, as YXLON we’re local for our customers all over the world.

Since 2007, YXLON International has been a member of the COMET Group.

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