Seika Machinery Introduces New Stencil Opening Inspection System


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Seika Machinery, Inc., a leading provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, is pleased to introduce the new Sawa SCI-MCC (Mask Condition Checker) designed for metal stencil opening inspection.

The Sawa SCI-MCC checks metal stencil cleanliness easily in a simple, cost-effective system. The system performs a full inspection of solder residue and particle deposit on metal stencil openings after cleaning. Solder residue and particles that is too small to detect visually can be easily detected by SCI-MCC.

All of the openings in a specified area can be inspected with SCI-MCC. Additionally, each mask can be traced by a registered control number.  Pre-registration of Gerber data is not required.

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