ExcelTech Invests in YESTECH FX-940 3D ULTRA AOI


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YESTECH, part of Nordson ELECTRONICS SOLUTIONS, is pleased to announce that ExcelTech, Inc. has purchased an FX-940 3D ULTRA AOI In-line PCB inspection system. The sale was liaised by Mike Gunderson of MaRC Technologies. ExcelTech is a Portland Metro area Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) company, serving a broad range of dynamic hi-tech industries, since 1976.

ExcelTech continually answers the complex needs and demanding timeframes of OEMs with reliability, flexibility and solid customer service. Matt Redhead, President of ExcelTech commented, “We earn our customers’ trust through reliable service and communication.  The investment we made in the YESTECH 3D AOI system is proving to be extremely valuable as we strive to provide our customers the best possible quality at the best price. Partnering with YESTECH will position us to better serve our current and future customers in this very competitive market.”

With YESTECH’s advanced 3D imaging technology, ExcelTech has the capability to perform high-speed PCB inspection with exceptional defect coverage.  Utilizing proprietary 3D technology and advanced inspection algorithms, the FX-940 ULTRA verifies correct assembly for parts and solder joints, thus enabling users to improve quality, increase throughput and reduce costs.

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