Koh Young Technology Exhibiting 3D AOI, SPI Solutions at SMTA Guadalajara Expo & Tech Forum


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Koh Young Technology will exhibit its world-leading 3D AOI and SPI solutions at the SMTA Guadalajara Expo & Tech Forum, Wednesday October 5 and Thursday October 6, 2016, at Hotel Riu Guadalajara, Mexico. On display will be the KY8030-3 3D Solder Past Inspection (SPI) with dual projection, and the Zenith 3D Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) with its groundbreaking 8-way projection system.

Koh Young’s 3D SPI systems have established a remarkable reputation for 11 years now by delivering an authentic 3D inspection solution with high speed and accuracy for thousands of customers worldwide, offering innovative features including real-time board warp compensation to automated process feedback and control. With its authentic 3D measurement capability, Koh Young’s Zenith AOI system can detect all types of defects with real measurement values, allowing much easier defect evaluation and process control.

On hand at the booth to answer questions will be Koh Young representative Repstronics with Gustavo Jimenez, email gjimenez@repstronics.com. A Koh Young Demo Room operated by Repstronics, based in Guadalajara, provides training for SPI and AOI customers and applications for all Koh Young customers in Mexico. Koh Young has an extensive installation base in Mexico in areas that include Guadalajara, Monterrey, Cd Juarez, Reynosa, Matamoros, Tijuana and all the Bajio area. Koh Young provides direct support in Mexico’s main cities with a total of eight (8) service engineers. For the Direct Sales Channel, email Ramon Hernandez at ramon.hernandez@kohyoung.com.

About Koh Young Technology

Koh Young Technology specializes in the design and manufacturing of 3D measurement and inspection equipment for the global circuit board assembly and semiconductor markets. Direct sales and support centers are located in the United States, Germany, Japan, Singapore, China (Shenzhen) and Korea.

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