RTW IPC APEX EXPO: atg Luther & Maelzer's Fully Automated Probe Testing for High-Throughput HDI PCB Production


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Flying-probe testing progresses into high-volume, high-throughput HDI sector with the introduction of a fully-automated dual-shuttle machine specifically built to fulfill a particular industry requirement. Klaus Koziol, atg Luther & Maelzer, explains the rationale behind the development of the newly-introduced A8A from atg and discusses how the latest innovations in high-accuracy automatic testing deliver high throughput whilst retaining the flexibility of flying-probe techniques.

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