Have SPI and AOI but not RPI? Meet KiC at SMTA Chihuahua


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KIC announced that it will exhibit at the SMTA Chihuahua Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled to take place Thursday, March 19, 2020 at the Villarreal Eventos in Chihuahua, CP. Miguel Carbajal, KIC’s Mexico Sales Manager, will discuss the company’s Smart Factory solutions that provide process control, traceability, automation, connectivity, data collection and analytics, and fast and easy integration for i4.0.

Have SPI and AOI but not RPI? Find out what you’re missing without Reflow Process Inspection. With RPI i4.0, and KIC’s NPI and process setup tools, all relevant data can connect to the factory MES or your factory data collection system to be easily analyzed and shared with personnel for clear factory analytics, optimization and corrective action.

Move toward the future of line connectivity, flexible production, machine learning and real-time insight. For more information about KIC, visit www.kicthermal.com.

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