Scienscope to Debut the New AXC-800 II at APEX


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Scienscope International plans to exhibit in booth #441 at the IPC APEX EXPO 2019, scheduled to take place January 29-31, 2019 at the San Diego Convention Center, California. Scienscope will introduce the brand new AXC-800 IL and showcase the award-winning AXI-5100C II.

Based on the AXC-800 platform, the new AXC-800 II includes internal automatic bar code reading, eliminating the need for an operator to scan reels using a hand-held bar code scanner. Now, reels are simply loaded into the system, the barcode labels are automatically scanned, and the count takes place without any further steps by the operator.

New barcode labels are automatically printed that include the updated count. This system removes a manual step and offers the highest level of automation for a batch component counting system.

The AXI 5100c is a fully automated flexible, inline, fast and accurate component counting machine designed to increase productivity.  With automated barcode reading and reel size and height detection, the optional loaders and unloaders means you can simply drop off a batch of reels and go about your business being productive in other areas.  With this machine you can start out with a stand-alone inline system, and grow into even more automation in the future.

The AXI 5100c offers the ultimate flexibility.  The release of the AXI-5100c in addition to Scienscope’s table-top component counters allows the company to offer the most comprehensive component counting system solutions in the industry.

Scienscope also will show the proven and top-of-the-line X-spection 6000 with a rotating inspection table, a full complement of software tools and complete BGA stitching ,which offers a full view of any BGA. Additionally, the best-selling X-Scope 2000 will be on display as well as the entry-level priced X-Scope 1800 which, like all Scienscope X-ray systems, offers the best price to value equation in the industry.

Scienscope also will have its well-established line of microscopes, video measurement and metrology systems on display in the booth at the IPC APEX EXPO 2019.

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