June 18, 2001 8:00 AM EST to June 22, 2001 5:00 PM EST
In developing it's innovative X-ray systems; Glenbrook Technologies draws on two decades of experience in the science of X-ray luminescent phosphors. Gil holds 20 patents and has published basic research papers in both medical and scientific journals.
As a member of the technical subcommittee IT2-31 of the National Association of Photographic Manufacturers (formerly the American National Standards Institute), Zweig was active in setting US standards for medical X-ray film and intensifying screens. He is also a reviewer for the technology transfer program of the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology.
In 1994, Zweig was named an "Inventor of the Year" by the Inventor's Congress and Hall of Fame at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, for the patented X-ray camera technology he developed for Glenbrook's inspection systems.
Real-Time X-Ray Inspection has become a critical production and laboratory tool when analyzing the integrity of solder bonds of various type components assembled on Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs).
While the most prevalent component type today are BGAs, X-ray inspection is also proving to be useful for a variety of other advanced packages like Flip Chip and CSP. Interpretation of these images or "signatures" can be a complex process, when they are correlated to process control issues.
Glenbrook, has been in the X-ray Inspection business exclusively for over 18 years, and has pioneered the use of X-ray inspection in electronic fabrication.
Despite advances in machine capabilities, higher board densities, complex component mixes, and increasingly smaller devices, manufacturers are stretching the limits of process equipment in print circuit board (PCB) assembly. As a result, the need to ensure board quality and integrity is more essential...
In this age of global competition, world class electronics manufacturers understand that increasing profit margins is accomplished not by increasing price or lowering the quality of components and workmanship, but by increasing production yields. Post-solder inspection ensures that your customers receive good product, but by separating the good boards from the bad boards you only measure yield, not improve it. A yield (and profit) improvement strategy consists of...
"High-Speed Digital System Design: A Handbook of Interconnect Theory and Design Practices" by S.H. Hall, G.W. Hall, and J.A. McCall is a cutting-edge guide to the theory and practice of high-speed digital system design. An understanding of high-speed digital interconnects is essential for designers dealing with the challenges of ever-increasing operating speeds of today's microprocessors. This book provides a practical guide to the state of the art of modern digital...
Talk about a rock and a hard place. There are few environments that are as challenging as facilitating communications between an engineer and an engineering audience. It's not like an end-user environment, where color, smell, and personal goals come into play. It's further still from retail (cosmetics copywriters beware). For marketers of technology, the challenge is a daily one, whether...
TradeOut, Inc., the world's leader in online sales of capital assets and
inventory and GE Capital The Source are proud to announce the internet sale
of state-of-the-art printed circuit assembly equipment. This multi-million
dollar sale features over 80 pieces of equipment including:
Siemens, Philips, Fuji, Panasonic and Universal Chipshooters
Amistar, Quad and Universal Flexible Placers
Fuji Adhesive Dispensers
DEK Screen Printers
MVT Optical Board Inspection Systems
HP Board Testers
Solder Reflow Systems
Board Handling Systems
EVERYTHING MUST GO!!
With the click of a mouse, you can review or bid on this equipment by going
to http://www.tradeout.com. Look for the banner announcing the sale.
All bids must be submitted by May 17th, 2001 5:00PM EST. Inspection of the
equipment is by appointment. All equipment is "as-is, where-is and without
If you have technical questions or would like to inspect the equipment,
please call 925-735-8150 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On behalf of GE Capital The Source and TradeOut we would like to thank you
for your patronage.
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SMTnet's New Bookstore Launch
On Monday May 21, 2001 you will be able to visit the new SMTnet.com First Chapter Bookstore. SMTnet.com has redesigned the Bookstore, made it easier for you to search through the books, CD-ROMs and videocassettes all related to the industry. You will easily recognize the standard layout and the functions that SMTnet.com uses all throughout the site.
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Purchasing - The system is designed for secure, quick, and easy online purchasing.
Shopping cart - Visitors have the opportunity to add items to their shopping cart and purchase them later or delete/cancel the order.
User account access - An area where users can see the status of their orders. They will also be able to access their purchase history from this area.
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