WPI Vision Appoints ARK Manufacturing Solutions to Represent the 3D SPECTASCOPE


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WPI announced the appointment of ARK Manufacturing Solutions, LLC as its manufacturers’ representative. Dave Murrin, president and principal owner of ARK Manufacturing Solutions, will represent WPI’s new 3D SpectaSCOPE™ inspection microscope in Arizona, New Mexico and Southern Nevada. 

Formerly Phoenix Marketing Representatives, ARK Manufacturing Solutions has been in business for more than 20 years, having represented some exceptional manufacturers in the electronics industry and served the finest customer base in the market.

The SpectaSCOPE is a game changer for the PCBA industry. For the first time, the microscope has increased return on investment (ROI) by solving some of the problems in the PCBA process. With patent-pending technology and intuitive copyrighted software, the 3D SpectaSCOPE inspection microscope utilizes enhanced reality screen technology with high-resolution cameras.

The ergonomic 3D inspection microscope features an incredible working distance of 300 mm, automatic self-focusing, integrated image capture and true 3-dimensional viewing. The 3D SpectaSCOPE lets users increase throughput while achieving greater accuracy at the highest detail. The 3D SpectaSCOPE is optimal for rework, through-hole assembly and inspections, and it is available in multiple configurations.

Reduce time and errors and increase ROI by adding the 3D SpectaSCOPE into your inspection process. Available with a free 14-day try before you buy, 3D SPECTASCOPE can be tested out to prove its effectiveness on your inspection bench.

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