Scienscope Continues Growth; Hires New European Service Engineer

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Scienscope International, a leading American supplier of cabinet-style micro-focus X-ray systems, is pleased to announce its continued growth with new support personnel. The company recently hired George Fanut as its newest European Service Engineer.

Fanut received his bachelor's degree, specializing in Machines Construction Technology, and had the opportunity to enroll in a robotics project, where he realized his passion for the robotics industry. "I chose to continue my studies with a master's degree in Robotics and Mechatronics at the Polytechnic University of Timisoara, and am now in my second year of study," stated Fanut.

When he enrolled in themaster's program, Fanut applied for his first job to develop his skills in the electronics industry. He started out with Ami Trade, a company that specializes in distributing electronic components and electromechanical components for the electronic industry as a primary domain of activity. There he started as a technician on the SMT line, responsible for maintaining the continuous flow of board production, preventing errors that can stop the production line, testing all PCBs, and if needed, repairing them.

"I am excited to start my new role at Scienscope and this significant step that will help me develop my skills in the electronics industry,” added Fanut.

With expertise in machine vision, X-ray and automation, Scienscope is a one-stop solution provider for warehouse automation and optical and X-ray inspection.  Scienscope also offers customization based on your facility needs.


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