OMRON Unveils 3D-SPI System at productronica 2019


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OMRON has released the new 3D-SPI VP-9000 system used in PCB manufacturing process for the production of electric devices. The solution complements its lineup of 3D-AOI and 3D-CT AXI systems, as well as flexible robotics solutions for personalized manufacturing that are demonstrated at its Booth 331 in Hall A2 at productronica.

Approximately 70% of defects in PCB manufacturing are caused by the printing process of solder paste on the PCB. The new VP9000 solder paste inspection solution from OMRON detects and relays the data to the printer, ensuring reliability. OMRON’s proprietary multiple inspection switch has 3 resolutions (for example, 15um/7.5um/5um) to enable detailed and high-speed inspection of various PCB characteristics by a single machine. The 19-inch touch panel and angle adjustment function of the GUI accommodate all perspectives and simple graphic interface allows for intuitive operation.

This new GUI offers very sharp statistical analysis allowing rapid and targeted improvement process. The SPC station is now widely recognized as one of the most advanced analysis software solutions on the market, able to provide all the necessary data for process control and traceability.

The new VP9000 can complete the loop 3D inspection of a process with the opportunity to correct the excesses of a screen printing process.

The key features of the VP9000 include:

  • Unique concept of 3D measurement combined with a 2D system
  • Automatic warpage compensation
  • Programming in 3 minutes
  • Touch screen panel with Easy operation
  • Choice of resolutions by software
  • Most Advanced SPC software with detailed report function
  • Inspection capacity up to 8900mm²/s
  • M2M closed-loop function up and down-stream
  • Used online or island position
  • Very low maintenance

“We are proud to share this new solution with the visitors at productronica. With this solution that contributes to the process of complete automatic inspection, we believe that automotive manufacturers can achieve zero-defect processes, to fulfils the quality and reliability requirements of the automotive industry," stated Kevin Youngs, European Sales Manager at OMRON Europe B.V., Automated Inspection Systems Division Europe.

About “innovative-automation”

As a leader in industrial automation, OMRON has extensive lines of control components and equipment, ranging from image-processing sensors and other input devices to various controllers and output devices such as servo motors, as well as a range of safety devices and industrial robots. By combining these devices via software, OMRON has developed a variety of unique and highly effective automation solutions for manufacturers worldwide. Based on its reservoir of advanced technologies and comprehensive range of devices, OMRON set forth a strategic concept called "innovative-automation." consisting of three innovations or "i's"--"integrated" (control evolution), "intelligent" (development of intelligence by ICT), and "interactive" (new harmonization between people and machines). OMRON is now committed to bringing innovation to manufacturing sites by materializing this concept.

About OMRON

OMRON Corporation is a global leader in the field of automation based on its core technology of “Sensing & Control + Think.” OMRON's business fields cover a broad spectrum, ranging from industrial automation and electronic components to automotive electronic components, social infrastructure systems, healthcare, and environmental solutions. Established in 1933, OMRON has over 36,000 employees worldwide, working to provide products and services in 117 countries. In the field of industrial automation, OMRON supports manufacturing innovation by providing advanced automation technologies and products, as well as through extensive customer support, in order to help create a better society.

OMRON is the global leader of Automated Optical Inspection systems, with over 30 years of experience in Tier 1 manufacturing companies, utilizing its core technologies to the benefit of the Global Electronic Manufacturing Sector.

For more information, visit: inspection.OMRON.eu.

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