Electronics Forum: aoi inspection (Page 1 of 71)


Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 19 16:58:04 EDT 2002 | dragonslayr

You definitely need to have live demos of each system, using your specific assembly if you want to compare apples to apples. Each of the AOI OEM's you mentioned have plus amd minus to their unique systems. You will need to evaluate your specific nee


Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 23 12:44:48 EDT 2002 | daanterstegge

Another issue to look at is the efforts that it takes to become familiar with the machine. Where I work we are also looking into AOI machines, and one of our requirements (based on how simple the vendors say their machines are) is that after no more


Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 19 21:46:01 EDT 2002 | scottefiske

In the past year I was responsible for developing and leading a Team focused on AOI, Evaluation, Justification, and with a full ROI required, supporting a HMLV manufacturing environment. If you have in these economic times the additional resources t

aoi inline

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 15:53:17 EDT 2001 | nwyatt

We have purchased 2 and will be implementing them in our line shortly. We have one for component inspection and one for paste inspection. We are planning on starting with it "dummed down" and then adding more variables and tightening our criteria a

aoi data

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 24 21:29:43 EST 2007 | davef

Board fabricators commonly use Barco AOI to inspect film. The AccuMatch compares pixel-to-pixel of the Gerber data to the image seen by the AOI camera. It's slower than design rule checking, but has definite advantages [like lower falsing]. Unfortu

aoi inline

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 22 12:39:58 EDT 2001 | andyy

From the manufacturer's perspective, we aim to be able to fully inspect all components within the beat rate of the line and generally do. I'm not aware of any competitive machines that do the random sampling that is suggested above, however it is do

aoi inline

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 23 21:00:10 EDT 2001 | davef

We do the same quadrent every four boards in placement inspection on a Orbotech.

aoi inline

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 22 12:30:34 EDT 2001 | slthomas

Now that's an approach I've never thought of, inspecting a different portion of each board (I'm assuming that you program a few different patterns and run them sequencially, or something like that). I know our stencil printers don't provide that opti

Mirtec aoi

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 06 06:23:31 EST 2007 | clampron

Good Morning Roger, The Mirtec's can be adjusted to lower your false call rate. This can be done by reducing the matching percentage for each componnent but the result of this action is that the machine becomes less selective. If you lower them too

AOI inspection

Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 23 11:22:23 EST 2000 | Robert Steltman

Is anyone out there using a "Opti-Check" system? I think it is distributed in the States by Mancorp. We are based in South Africa and have recently purchased this piece of equipment and would love to get into contact with others using it in order to

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