Datest to Exhibit at SMTA Silicon Valley Expo & Tech Forum


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Datest  plans to exhibit at the SMTA Silicon Valley Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled to take place Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at Bestronics, Inc., Box Build Facility, 2243 Lundy Avenue in San Jose, California. The event is free to attend and includes a complimentary lunch. Three speakers will present on topics related to Industry 4.0 and its implications for advanced manufacturing.

Robert Boguski, Regina Lathrop and other Datest personnel will give attendees an overview of the company’s latest equipment acquisition – a 225kV custom-made VJ Technologies advanced digital radiographic inspection imaging system. This system provides Datest with a reliable high precision Micro Focus X-ray inspection platform for numerous failure analysis, materials science, metrology and inspection applications. High-level assistance in the form of Ph.D.-level radiographic and ASNT Level III technicians also is available on a project-by-project basis. For this service Datest was awarded the 2018 Global Technology Award for test laboratories at SMTA International – Datest’s fourtgh Global Technology Award in seven years.

Additionally, the team will discuss the Datest’s testing, engineering and PCB reverse engineering services, and value-added services including:

  • Bonepile Rehabilitation Services
  • 3D and CT-Scan X-ray/Failure Analysis Service
  • Improved and enhanced flying probe test services
  • Improved and enhanced in-circuit testing services
  • Datest’s “ecosystem” of partner companies providing analytical laboratory services in the areas of failure analysis, root cause detection, and materials science studies

Datest provides advanced test engineering and inspection services to the CM/EMS and OEM communities, and many other industries. The team prides itself on their speed and flexibility in providing the best solution to each customer’s unique testing needs. With more than 34 years of expertise, Datest offers in-circuit testing (ICT), flying probe testing, X-ray inspection, boundary scan/JTAG testing, functional testing, failure analysis and other related services. Datest is an ISO9001:2015, ITAR and AS9100D-certified company, and a member of IPC, SMTA, EIPC, IEEE and ASNT.

About Datest

Datest is the preeminent provider of advanced, efficient, and cost-effective PCBA testing, test engineering, failure analysis and analytical solutions. Established in 1984, Datest now offers in-circuit and flying probe testing and development services; DFT/DFM analysis; JTAG/Boundary Scan development services; AXI as well as 2D and 3D X-ray and CT-scan capabilities for nondestructive failure analysis, root cause identification, and dispute resolution. The company also offers cross-sectioning, dye & pry, and analytical laboratory services, including SEM and C-SAM analysis; counterfeit component identification and detection; and reverse engineering services. Datest is proud to introduce its new 225kV microfocus CT system from VJ Technologies, offering CT scanning and failure analysis services for all manner of larger objects besides printed circuit board assemblies. Datest is ITAR registered and has a quality management system (QMS) that is certified to ISO9001:2015 and AS9100D. For more information, click here.

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