Seica to Exhibit at SMTA International


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Seica will be exhibiting at the Rosemont, Illinois Conference and Convention Center on September 24-25 in booth 415.

On exhibition will be Seica's new desktop Dragonfly AOI inspection system, which utilizes leading-edge LED technology to perform conformal coat and through-hole-technology inspection, including presence checks of pins and solder, effectively combining two distinct inspection processes in a single machine.

The Dragonfly is easily able to detect UV trace elements in a variety of conformal coat chemistries but also allows for quick and accurate detection of contamination at the micron level, de-lamination of the conformal coat, air gaps/voids, and many other defects not detectable with the naked eye or traditional AOI systems.

The Dragonfly is available in two models: a low-cost, desktop version with a drawer that allows for easy manual PCB loading, and an in-line SMEMA-compliant system which is Factory 4.0 ready and can include additional options, such as side access inspection of conformal coat, as well as thickness measurements. Come visit our booth and talk with our sales and technical staff.

About Seica

Founded in 1986, Seica S.p.A. is a global supplier of automatic test equipment and selective soldering systems, with an installed base of more than 2200 systems on 4 different continents. Seica offers a complete line of proprietary test solutions, and has established strong partnerships with leaders of manufacturing and inspection systems to enlarge the portfolio of solutions across the whole production line. In a time of continuous changes, where globalization challenges competitiveness, Seica drives its strategy with local direct presence in Italy, France, Germany, USA, Mexico and China, best service and support quality with a local, strong, professional team.

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