Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 31 17:24:43 EDT 2013 | dontfeedphils
Been using YesTech for about six years now and I'm fairly happy with them. Although they wouldn't be my first choice right now out of all the AOI manufacturers, they would be my choice between the two you're asking about/looking at.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 03:06:56 EDT 2012 | eniac
Yes, I have experience with table model of ScanSpection. Machine work fast, but process of job program making is very slowly. If you each time have elements from one supplier - this machine for you. But if you have many suppliers of components - it's
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 01 04:42:13 EST 2002 | wbu
Hi Nightbull, here�s daybull speaking. Yes the same question for me, what kind of auditor was that ? What I do in an similar audit situation is simply pointing to, if existing, an obvious lack of performance in certain processes depending on my humb
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 16 15:06:32 EST 2010 | rway
I would go with AOI. Reasons are: --AOIs are faster --They have more coverage. Given, you cannot test the value of components, but the AOI will ensure that all resistors are correct, orientation of ICs are proper and components are present on the
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 21 12:28:02 EDT 2000 | Barbara Keating
MVT has never been in as strong position as they are today. Over the past two weeks alone, MVT has opened two new offices in Mexico and Singapore, launched new products and closed more sales than any other previous period. MVT's AOI solutions are rap
Electronics Forum | Thu May 23 03:14:30 EDT 2002 | ianchan
RDC, so you favour which type of AOI technology? you prefer: 1) vector analysis? 2) image-scan-comparision? and what advantages support this choice of yours?
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 19 07:45:05 EST 2009 | edmaya33
I suggest to buy a Good printer so your AOI and SPI will not be your consideration. MPM Acella will be the best choice.
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 10 10:27:24 EDT 2019 | tsvetan
Omron is probably worst choice for AOI unless you have long series. Requires too much debug and there is always compromise between setting sharp criterias and get lot of fake errors or setting lose criterias and get boards with defects to pass OK. Y
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 09 08:24:28 EST 2010 | toddl
Hi All, We are currently looking into purchasing a new SMT line to meet our production needs. We want everything new, from the board loader to the reflow oven. I am looking for real world pros and cons of our proposed choices. All the equipment in t
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 15 17:19:03 EDT 2007 | bT_Solutions
By "digital video inspection system", I'll assume you mean AOI. I have only dealt with one AOI system, YesTech, and in my opinion I'd say that AOI is much more consistent and advantageous than manual microscope inspections. Specifically, with the Yes