VJ Electronix to Demo Automation at IPC APEX EXPO 2019


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VJ Electronix will exhibit in booth no. 3405 at the IPC APEX EXPO 2019, scheduled to take place Jan. 29-31, 2019 at the San Diego Convention Center. The company will demonstrate the latest enhancements to its rework and X-ray product lines.

The revolutionary XQuik II with AccuCount Technology is now available with full material handling automation. The leading component counting system may be paired with load/unload buffers, robotic transfer and automatic bar code reading for hands off operation. The robotic handling system may be configured with multiple buffers and interfaced directly with storage systems.

VJ2.jpgBased on the popular Summit 1800i, the new Summit 2200i offers additional automation. VJE has maintained the benefits of high efficiency convection heating, precision placement and the renowned 1-2-3-Go interface, coupled with a second rework head to allow continuous process from removal, to site dressing and component replacement. Fiducial recognition and automatic alignment eliminate operator intervention and allow multiple components to be reworked consecutively.

VJ3.jpgAlso on display will be the new low-cost, high-performance eValuCT.  The eValuCT is a bench top Computed Tomography system providing high resolution 3D imaging and reconstruction for electronic packages, sensors, connectors and other small samples. With a very simple user interface, 3D inspection can be available to your entire team without the need for assistance from a highly trained operator.

VJ4.jpgThe Vertex II incorporates the latest advances in X-ray imaging components with off-axis viewing, all in a smaller footprint. The system offers VJ’s proven production readiness, superior uptime and unmatched value. The Vertex II, now CT ready, is equipped with a standard high contrast, high resolution CMOS digital detector, and can be configured with a variety of X-ray sources and optional detectors to meet specific application needs including large boards and heavy samples.

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