X-Ray Inspection

X-ray inspection is a technology based on the same principles as automated optical inspection (AOI). It uses X-rays as its source, instead of visible light, to automatically inspect features, which are typically hidden from view.

 
 
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Scienscope - X-Ray Inspection

Automated X-ray inspection is used in a wide range of industries and applications, predominantly with two major goals:

  1. Process optimization, i.e. the results of the inspection are used to optimize following processing steps,
  2. Anomaly detection, i.e. the result of the inspection serve as a criterion to reject a part (for scrap or re-work).

Scienscope’s X-Ray inspection systems division offers state of the art X-ray cabinet systems with the highest performance to price ratio in the industry today.

Scienscope has over 16 years of experience selling solutions as a leading NDT (non-destructive test) supplier of x-ray inspection equipment into the electronic, medical device, materials, and biological markets. Our advanced x-ray systems feature high power micro-focus x-ray sources up to 130kV, high resolution digital detectors, large inspection stages with 350° degrees rotation, oblique angle inspection, and all of the manual and automated s/w tools you expect in an advanced system are included.

 
 
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Scienscope - AXC 800 X-Ray Component Counter

Manual component counting requires hours and includes the possibility of miscounts resulting in machine down-time, inaccurate inventory management, and ultimately reduced profit margins. Seamless and flexible automation means more up-time on the assembly line and increased productivity. Component counting using Scienscope’s X-Ray technology can take only seconds for an entire reel. Increase productivity with the most accurate, fast, and easy to use component counter available.

Key Features

  • Greater than 99% accuracy
  • Scans (4) 7” reels simultaneously
  • Scans 13 or 15” reels
  • Scans JEDEC trays and counts BGA balls
  • Scans loose wound components or tightly wound components
  • Scan inside ESD bags
  • Easiest interface
  • Built in library
  • Small footprint