ViTrox: Embrace Efficient Manufacturing With The All-New Smart Reel Changer 2.0 Configuration

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Are you curious about how Integrated Circuit (IC) manufacturers manage to keep up with our fast-moving technology era? Their goal is to produce high-quality, high-functionality miniature units that meet our demands for speed, precision, and consistency. However, relying solely on manual labour is no longer practical. That's why advanced and automated systems come to the rescue. They provide the ideal solution to help manufacturers improve production efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Keep reading to learn more about how the semiconductor industry is advancing, and how these systems are shaping the future of IC production.

ViTrox's Tray-to-Tape & Reel Vision Inspection Handler –  TR3000i is a high-quality machine vision inspection solution that supports emerging industries like 5G, IoT, Automotive, and Industry 4.0. The TR3000i design supports inspection capabilities that accommodate IC package sizes up to 120 mm x 120 mm, including BGA, QFP, QFN, CSP, TSSOP, MSOP, and SOP. In addition, TR3000i offers an array of benefits, such as high-speed Tray to Tape & Reel inspection, easy operation, automatic reject sorting capability, quick conversion time, and low maintenance cost.

Prior to the development of SRC 2.0, IC transfer was a manual process that was both time-consuming and error-prone. Now, get ready to say goodbye to time-consuming and error-prone manual IC transfer processes with the latest advanced and automated configuration – Smart Reel Changer (SRC) 2.0 for TR3000i to improve the throughput and reduce operator dependency. This intelligent feature automates the loading and unloading output of up to ten (10) reels without the presence of operators. With SRC 2.0, you can eliminate the need for manual transfer and intervention, thus leading to eliminating the risk of manual errors and improving machine, speed and efficiency.

Additionally, our SRC 2.0 configuration is designed to be compact in size for the TR3000i optimisation. Boasting a compact design, the SRC 2.0 configuration provides numerous benefits, including space efficiency, flexibility, and speed. With its smaller size, SRC 2.0 takes up less space on the production line, making it ideal for crowded manufacturing environments. Its flexibility makes it easy to integrate into existing TR3000i, and its faster loading and unloading times increase overall production throughput and efficiency.

By incorporating SRC 2.0 with the TR3000i solution, you will enjoy a better return on your investment (ROI), which is essential in achieving high levels of productivity and cost-effectiveness. This powerful integration not only improves the overall quality of the manufacturing process but also supports our commitment to meeting the demands of our customers while remaining competitive in our respective industries. Are you interested in learning how to automate your IC package inspection for better results? Get in touch with us at to learn more about our impressive SRC 2.0 feature and master the art of automation!

Additionally, we will be showcasing the Tray-Based Vision Inspection Handler –  TR3000i at the upcoming Semicon Southeast Asia 2023. Be sure to check this solution out at booth #A304


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