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Agilent intros solder paste inspection system

Posted: 01 Feb 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Agilent Medalist SP50 Series 3 solder paste inspection system

Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced a new solder paste inspection system that enables manufacturers of PCB assemblies to slash inspection time in half, without compromising capability. The system brings industry-leading accuracy and repeatability that has been verified by early adopters including manufacturers working with 01005 components.

Saving time, money
The Agilent Medalist SP50 Series 3 is poised to help manufacturers define the path for solder paste inspection going forward. It demonstrates enhanced ease-of-use and throughput, as well as accuracy and repeatability, all critical factors that help save time and money.

As technology trends and production costs pose new challenges to the industry, it is becoming increasingly important for manufacturers to implement an industry-friendly solder paste inspection system that can provide process feedback and control to help them not only catch defects early, but prevent them from happening in the first place.

Helping manufacturers
"We are committed to help manufacturers meet their latest challenges and needs, and the SP50 Series 3 has the technological capabilities to do that," said Bernadette Duffy, Agilent's marketing manager for automated optical inspection. "Be it a three-month plan to tackle manufacturing needs, or a three-year product roadmap to help our customers grow their inspection capabilities, our dynamic team of experts are geared to help manufacturers keep ahead," she said.

The Agilent Medalist SP50 Series 3 is available today.

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