Goepel to Hold Free Webinar on Integration of AOI into THT Process


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Goepel electronic will be conducting a free webinar, "Individuality desired? Flexible Integration of AOI Systems into the THT Process" on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 10 a.m. EST. 

Assessing the diversity of all components, it can be clearly noticed: THT components are still present in significant numbers despite the march toward miniaturization and increases in integration density. What measures are being taken to guarantee assembly quality in production when utilizing these components? Usually it is done through manual means or not well-tested at all. Neither is acceptable under today’s quality demands. This fact appears more problematic, as THT components are still in use in sensitive areas—especially in the field of power electronics.

Inform yourself online and free of charge in about 60 minutes, including question and answer session about typical manufacturing problems and requirements for THT inclusive production processes. Live presentation on key insights regarding the structure of an in-line AOI system for component and solder joint inspection of THT assemblies will be given.

You will learn about various integration options for the shortest quality loop and maximum effectiveness and how inspection systems can be connected to company-internal MES and traceability systems, and which challenges and opportunities exist for AOI systems with respect to labeling of assemblies and workpieces. 

The following questions will be answered during the webinar:

  • What possibilities for in-line integration are offered by AOI systems for THT assemblies?
  • How can these systems adapt to the given production situation?
  • What labeling of workpieces and assemblies is necessary for unambiguous assignment of errors and traceability?

The webinar addresses quality and production issues and will be ideally suited to managers for electric assemblies, technologists and production planners as well as CEOs and directors of electronic manufacturing companies.

About Goepel electronic

Goepel electronic is a leading provider of innovative test and inspection solutions for printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs) and electronic devices and systems. The company is divided into four divisions: Automotive Test Solutions, Embedded JTAG Solutions, Industrial Function Test and Inspection Solutions (AOI·AXI·SPI·IVS). Besides more than 240 employees, who work in the company’s headquarters in Jena/Germany, Goepel electronic runs several support and service offices in the UK, USA, India and China. A worldwide distribution ensures the local and on-site support of Goepel electronic’s products and solutions.

To register, visit Goepel electronic’s “Individuality desired? Flexible Integration of AOI systems into the THT process” event page.

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