VJ Electronix to Exhibit at SMTA International


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VJ Electronix will exhibit in Booth #1210 at SMTA International, scheduled to take place October 16-17, 2018 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois. The company will demonstrate its industry-leading XQuik II with AccuCount Technology.

The revolutionary XQuik combines a unique imaging technology, offering the highest contrast and resolution, with the most powerful automated counting algorithm. The XQuik does not require any programming or library development for more than 95 percent of all components while providing the greatest accuracy for 01005 and smaller (008004). 

Available in two models – XQuik I for 7" reels and XQuik II for up to 15" reels – both models offer counting of Matrix Trays and Waffle Packs. XQuik II is now available with automated material handling for a substantial throughput improvement.

With hundreds of installations worldwide, the XQuik has been integrated with all leading MES systems and storage solutions. Offering much more than just labor savings, XQuik has a very strong return on

About VJ Electronix

VJ Electronix Inc. manufactures production ready, automated Rework and X-ray inspection systems with many advanced capabilities. The company frequently provides custom solutions tailored to satisfy specific application requirements. VJ Electronix is a worldwide leader in X-ray Inspection and Rework equipment. For more information, click here.

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