Gardien Services USA Announces Tiger AVI Machine for Demonstration


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Gardien Services USA announces the placement of a Tiger AVI inspection machine to their Anaheim California Test Center.

The new system is available for demonstration and evaluation using your own product. Our Tiger system is able to scan your final product with two RGB CCD cameras utilizing pixel resolution down to 25 micron. With Tigers 6.3”/second single side scan rate your product is processed expediently and efficiently.

Tiger is able to scan for defects such as Foreign Material Inclusion, Legend defects, Dishdowns, Exposed Copper, Soldermask defects, Mouse Bites and many others. Tiger inspects many surface finishes including HASL, Immersion Silver and Gold, Bare Copper, OSP and others.

The Tiger processes your Gerber Data in order to provide Image Contrast Comparison with logic analysis. The Tiger system can also provide AOI services by a simple software switch.

The Tiger’s high speed, AVI/AOI combination, CCD cameras, and large table size are but a few items that make Tiger stand out as your “Go-To” solution for final board inspection and alternative AOI.

About Gardien

The Gardien Group is the world’s largest provider of independent quality assurance services to the PCB board shops and large international fabricators. Gardien’s specialized quality assurance and quality control services help clients free up their resources to focus on what they do best, “the production of class leading printed circuit boards.”  Gardien’s 25 facilities located throughout Asia, North America and Europe, to fully integrated inspection within a PCB production environment, Gardien’s 500 employees serve customers supplying the automotive, defense, telecommunications, aerospace, medical, computer, and industrial markets worldwide.

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