Murray Percival Company Showcases MIRTEC MV-6 OMNI 3D AOI Machine


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Murray Percival Company is extremely pleased to feature one of MIRTEC’s Award-Winning MV-6 OMNI 3D AOI Machines within their fully functioning SMT Product Demonstration Facility in Auburn Hills, MI.  MIRTEC’s MV-6 OMNI machine is the perfect 3D Inspection Solution to meet the needs of the Midwest Electronics Manufacturing Industry.

“The Murray Percival Company is a leading supplier to the Midwest’s Electronics Manufacturing Industry offering exceptional capital equipment and consumable products for the repair and assembly of PCBs. Our company has recently opened a Demonstration Room at our headquarters in Auburn Hills, MI. This fully functioning demo facility contains the latest machines and materials that are used within the SMT manufacturing process. We are extremely proud to feature one of MIRTEC’s Award-Winning MV-6 OMNI 3D AOI Machines. Customers are welcome to visit for a detailed demonstration of the MV-6 OMNI in action. We encourage individuals to bring their most challenging inspection applications for a hands-on experience with MIRTEC’s Advanced Technology before investing their hard-earned dollars. Both Murray Percival Company and MIRTEC are committed to earning your 3D AOI Business. Let us show you how MIRTEC can help increase the efficiency and profitability of your SMT manufacturing process.”  Murray Percival Jr., Owner

"A growing number of manufacturers are relying upon MIRTEC’s Technologically Advanced 3D SPI and AOI solutions to help increase profitability by improving production yields and reducing costly rework.” said Brian D’Amico, President of MIRTEC Corp. “We are very excited to showcase one of our MV-6 OMNI systems within Murray Percival Company’s Demo Facility.  This is an excellent opportunity for Midwest Electronics Manufacturers to get a first-hand demonstration of our 3D Inspection Technology.  We look forward to showing customers why thousands of manufacturers have selected MIRTEC as their partner for Continuous Quality Improvement”.

MIRTEC’s Award-Winning MV-6 OMNI 3D AOI Machines are configured with the company’s exclusive OMNI-VISION® 3D Inspection Technology which combines a 15 Mega Pixel CoaXPress Camera System with MIRTEC’s revolutionary Digital Tri-Frequency Moiré 3D Technology to provide precision inspection of SMT devices on finished PCB assemblies. This proprietary system yields precise height measurement used to detect lifted component and lifted lead defects as well as 3D solder fillet inspection post reflow.  Fully configured the MV-6 OMNI machines feature four (4) 10 Mega Pixel Side-View Cameras in addition to the 15 Mega Pixel CoaXPress Top-Down Camera and an Eight (8) Phase COLOR Lighting System.

 

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