ACI Technologies to Hold Free 'Meet the Experts' Open House


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ACI Technologies invites you to attend a free “Meet the Experts” open house for hands-on equipment demonstrations and technical presentations at the Philadelphia showroom (One International Plaza) from 9am-6pm on Tuesday, September 25, 2018.

Equipment from dozens of companies and presentations on automated optical inspection by Yamaha, void reduction by BTU, and failure analysis techniques by ACI, along with several others will add to the event. This will be an incredible opportunity to discuss manufacturing tasks with equipment experts from all areas of the electronics manufacturing and assembly process.

Electronics manufacturing is about equipment, machinery, and processes necessary to make quality products. Increasing your working knowledge can be achieved by talking with experts like X-ray specialists from Nikon and PXI, rework experts from PDR and Hakko, selective soldering experts from Nordson, AOI experts from MEK, and many more. All the components essential in a modern plant are here and available for demos and training at ACI. Light refreshments will be available. Reserve your space and schedule a demo today. Please direct questions and RSVPs to Mike Prestoy (mprestoy@aciusa.org). RSVP is not necessary but recommended. 

A full equipment list is provided below:

  • Yahama Automated Optical Inspection System: An inline automated inspection system. 
  • PXI X-ray system: This X-ray company will bundle with the PDR rework.               
  • ITW EAW-Momentum Automatic Stencil Printer            
  • BTU International 8 zone oven reflow with water cooling and Nitrogen Gas
  • KIC: Reflow Oven profiler
  • Nordson Select Novo selective soldering machine
  • Hanwha SM 482 Pick-and-Place with 6 heads
  • Essemtec Paraquada Pick-and-Place machine with Jet printing capability
  • Essemtec Cubus Fully Automated component storage system
  • MEK Automated Optical Inspection Machine (AOI)
  • PDR E3 BGA Rework Machine
  • Wave soldering system: Technical devices
  • Nikon XTV 160 X-ray Machine with 3D Computerized Tomography
  • PXI X-ray system: This X-Ray company will bundle with the PDR rework  
  • Stoelting Batch system
  • Stoelting inline cleaning system
  • KYZEN: Defluxing Chemistry for cleaning circuit boards
  • Gen3 Spray conformal coating machine
  • Hakko: Hand soldering and rework equipment
  • Hakko: Rework machine
  • McDry Dry Boxes: Low humidity parts storage
  • Microcare: Cleaning material, expect to get more from show contact
  • Amray Scanning Electron microscope
  • Vision engineering optical inspection equipment
  • Hybond: Manual Wire bonder: both Wedge and Ball
  • Treston Work Stations

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