ASC International Offering Live 3D SPI Demos at ACI Technologies’ Tech Expo


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ASC International, a leading manufacturer of 3-D solder paste inspection (SPI) and automated optical inspection (AOI) systems, today announced that it will participate in ACI Technologies’ Third Annual Tech Expo, scheduled to take place April 27-28th at its facility in Philadelphia, Pa.  ASC International will offer live demonstrations of the VisionPro M500 during the Tech Expo. ASC provides long-term equipment support as part of ACI Technologies’ strategic partnership referred to as the Equipment Advisory Board (EAB).

The VisionPro M Series of SPI systems incorporates the most advanced, rapid 3D inspection technology coupled with an intuitive Windows® 7 OS and packaged in a rugged, bench-top platform.  Utilizing the completely automatic measurement mode, errors associated with manual measurement subjectivity are eliminated, making the VisionPro M500 an exceptional value for electronics manufacturers concerned with improving production yields.

Designed with feature-rich software, including onboard real-time SPC run charts, customized data reports, simple-to-use GerberProTM conversion programming software and two sensor technology options, laser and structured white light, the VisionPro M Series is the price to performance leader for offline SPI solutions available on the market today.

The free event will include live equipment demonstrations and technical sessions. To register for ACI’s Third Annual Tech Expo, click here.

About ASC International, Inc.

Since its foundation in 1992, ASC International has become a leading supplier of AOI and SPI systems and custom sensor technology integration.  Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, ASC International provides customers with the service and support needed to realize the value of their investment in inspection and process control systems.  ASC International’s customers include world-class organizations like Celestica, Creation Technologies, Flextronics, Honeywell, Jabil, Lockheed Martin, Plexus, Rockwell Automation and Sanmina-SCI to name just a few.  

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