Scienscope to Showcase Innovative Component Solutions at Australia’s Largest Electronics Event

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Scienscope International, a leading supplier of cabinet-style micro-focus X-ray systems in the United States, is excited to announce that it will exhibit alongside its newest distributor in Australia, Hawker Richardson, at the upcoming Electronex electronics design & assembly expo. The event is scheduled for May 10-11, 2023, at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.

At Booth A32, visitors will have the opportunity to see an array of innovative component solutions and advanced X-ray inspection systems from Scienscope and learn about the company's commitment to delivering high-quality, reliable technology. With Hawker Richardson's local expertise and support, customers can expect exceptional service and solutions tailored to their unique needs. Scienscope's participation in the expo highlights its dedication to meeting the evolving needs of various industries and providing customers with the best possible experience.

The Scienscope AXC-800III is a state-of-the-art, award-winning X-ray component counter that utilizes AI algorithms and X-ray technology to capture high-quality images of components inside reels and accurately count quantities. With an accuracy rate of 99.9%, the AXC-800III can count down to 01005 in less than two seconds per reel. The device also features a patented internal optical barcode scanner by Scienscope, which can decipher barcodes simultaneously, streamlining the counting process. Additionally, the AXC-800III can upload results to a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) in real-time, generating new labels automatically as reels are removed from the machine, simplifying the labeling process, and ensuring accurate inventory management.

The IMS-100 is a cutting-edge system with a high-resolution barcode camera capable of reading any barcode, even those with defects, thanks to its advanced image-based algorithm. The system can simultaneously read and store the information of four 7”, one 13”, and one 15” reels, making it a highly efficient solution for inventory management. As each reel is removed, the IMS-100 generates a unique identification number label that can be easily traced, ensuring reliable and accurate data archiving. This feature simplifies the inventory management process and saves time, allowing for quick and convenient tracking of components. With its state-of-the-art barcode camera and advanced technology, the IMS-100 is a reliable and efficient solution for all your inventory management needs.

The Smart Storage Rack is an innovative storage solution to streamline electronics manufacturing. It features an RFID-based inventory management system that tracks components and materials in real-time, reducing the risk of errors and ensuring that materials are always available when needed. 

Scienscope is a one-stop solution provider for warehouse automation, machine vision, and X-ray and optical inspection, offering customization based on facility needs. Scienscope component counters can save time, and money, reduce labor and avoid "line down" scenarios due to a lack of components.


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