Scienscope to Display the Latest Innovation in Counting Components at SMTAI


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Scienscope International, a complete inspection solutions provider, will exhibit in Booth #124 at SMTA International, scheduled to take place September 27-28, 2016 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL. Scienscope will showcase the new AXI5100c X-ray Component Counter along with the X-Scope 2000 X-ray system.

The AXI5100c is a new innovation in counting components, capable of counting 01005s with ease, as well as (4) 7" or (1) 15" reels of various thicknesses.

Scienscope2.jpgAccurate component count is vital for inventory management and production efficiency.  Currently, this is a time consuming, labor intensive process.  Most machines require an operator load, and run through each individual reel to count the components.  The count is then manually recorded.  Counting using X-ray technology and intelligent algorithms can take as little as seven seconds for an entire reel, and can interface directly with inventory management software to transfer the count instantly.  It’s less than the time Scienscope3.jpgnormally needed to load a reel on a manual counter.  The result is less time and labor to count, and more error proof recording of the results.

The Scienscope AXI 5100c is an automated, fast, accurate component counting machine designed to increase productivity.

Scienscope4.jpgThe X-Scope 2000 is a general purpose, high resolution, fully programmable X-ray system designed to address the non-destructive testing needs for failure analysis, research and development, process development, process monitoring and the ongoing support of electronics assembly, rework and repair. The X-Scope 2000 is a “batch”, semi-automatic X-ray system and includes a Windows-based workstation with multiple image processing functions for real-time measurement and data collection. The X-Scope 2000 features a 90 Kv X-ray source with a 5-micron spot size, and a 4" x 3" high-resolution digital flat panel detector that can tilt up to 50° for oblique angle viewing.

About Scienscope International

Scienscope was founded in 1994 to meet the growing need for reliable and affordable general-purpose optical and video inspection solutions for the electronics and PCB industries. The company began with basic stereo zoom microscopes used for SMT inspection and rework of circuit boards and electromechanical assemblies with a commitment to quality, value and support. Over the past 20 years, Scienscope has evolved to become a complete inspection solution provider, offering both offline and inline X-Ray systems, Video coordinate measurement systems, Video inspection systems, and microscopes to meet a wide variety of applications and manufacturing quality requirements.

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