GOEPEL Webinar: 100% Inspection of Hidden Solder Joints with AXI Within Line Cycle Time

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GOEPEL electronic will be conducting a free webinar, “One X-ray, please. 100% inspection of hidden solder joints with AXI within line cycle time” on Tuesday, October 22 at 2:00 p.m. UTC, 4:00 p.m. CEST, 10:00 a.m. EDT, 9 a.m. CDT.

As a rule, densely populated and complex assemblies always have one thing in common: a large number of hidden solder joints under the housings of the components. These must be inspected to ensure quality. Automatic X-Ray systems (AXI) ensure greater confidence and much higher degree of quality.

The webinar addresses which system concepts are available for testing concealed solder joints (manual vs. automatic testing) and how 100% inspection can be achieved within the line cycle time. Scanning 3D X-Ray image acquisition is presented as the kay to enabling short cycle time with excellent defect detection.

Other Key Features:

  • Comparison of two established 3D image acquisition methods on the market: stop-and-go and scanning X-ray image acquisition
  • Difference between 2D, 2.5D and 3D X-Ray
  • Practical examples of BGA, QFN, and LEDs to demonstrate how double-sided panels can be inspected fully automatically using 3D X-Ray
  • Address the possibilities of defect detection and its limits

In the second part of the webinar, the topic of software will be examined in more detail - from wizard supported test program creation using an offline programming station, to execution of the test program using machine software in Smart Phone style, to verification station for classifying the defects found.

To register, visit GOEPEL electronic’s “One X-ray, please.” event page.

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.



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