EMI Installs Scienscope Microfocus X-ray Systems


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Scienscope International, an American supplier of cabinet-style micro-focus X-ray systems, has announced that EMI, one of the largest OEM manufacturers in Southern California, has purchased three Scienscope AXC-800 component counters.

The company is currently in the process of purchasing another Scienscope counter, an AXC-800 III, to strengthen their relationships with key customers. This system provides real-time, transparent inventory communication, while guaranteeing lead time and accurate inventory, and making component tracing automatic.

Scienscope is debuting the next-generation desktop component counter at productronica, November 12-16, 2019 in Munich, Germany. The next-generation machine features internal barcode scanning and MES integration.

According to Scienscope President and Chief Designer Eddy Lin, the latest component counter should be easier to use than a microwave and just as fast.

About Scienscope International

Scienscope was founded in 1994 to meet the growing need for reliable and affordable general-purpose optical and video inspection solutions for the electronics and PCB industries. The company began with basic stereo zoom microscopes used for SMT inspection and rework of circuit boards and electromechanical assemblies with a commitment to quality, value and support. Over the past 25 years, Scienscope has evolved to become a complete inspection solution provider, offering both offline and inline X-Ray systems, Video coordinate measurement systems, Video inspection systems, and microscopes to meet a wide variety of applications and manufacturing quality requirements. Visit www.scienscope.com.

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