GÖPEL electronic Offers Upgrade from 2D to 3D AOI System


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GÖPEL electronic now offers users of a 2D AOI system the possibility to upgrade their inspection system to a 3D AOI. This creates a sustainable and cost-conscious possibility to use the latest inspection technologies.

Those who have purchased a 2D AOI system from GOEPEL electronic in the past can now easily upgrade it. Without the need to purchase a completely new system, electronic manufacturers can now perform 3D measurements on components and solder joints. In the final result pseudo errors and programming time can be significantly reduced. With the use of a 3D camera head, the fully automatic creation and optimisation of inspection programs with MagicClick in the latest system software PILOT AOI is also possible. 

The upgrade option applies to both inline and stand-alone systems. Individual warranty options are also available for interested customers.

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