Zero Defects International Relocates to Larger Facility

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Zero Defects International (ZDI) has announced a move to a new location with greater space to handle additional  products and services. This facility is also in Silicon Valley and is near the current site on O'Toole Way in San Jose. The address is 898-B Faulstitch Ct, San Jose 95112.

Among the equipment that will be installed for demonstration purposes is a Viscom X-Ray printed circuit assembly (PCBA) inspection system as well as Taiyo printed circuit board (PCB) automatic final surface inspection equipment. Other equipment will be added in the months ahead.

In addition to performing PCBA flying-probe test services, ZDI is a manufacturer's sales representative for leading international suppliers of ICT and flying-probe test systems, Europlacer pick and place equipment, Viscom X-Ray and AOI inspection machines, Epoch functional test devices, Landrex ICT and functional test fixtures, Taiyo automated and manual PCB final surface checking machines, Tagarno digital microscopes for inspecting PCBAs, and Skyla PCB and PCBA CAM services.



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