DYCONEX Introduces Automated Final Inspections


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DYCONEX AG, an MST company, now offers customers automated final inspections to further optimize testing of their printed circuit boards.

Thorough and readily reproducible testing of printed circuit boards is the goal of the automated final inspection newly introduced by DYCONEX. This gives companies the option of having their products tested by a scanner system – swiftly and with constant comparability and repeat accuracy, in a process that supplements final inspection by qualified DYCONEX employees.

Automated final inspection is ideal for high production volumes, complex and highly repetitive printed circuit board structures and products with the highest reliability requirements, such as life-supporting medical technology.

Thanks to the semi-transparent materials that DYCONEX uses, automated inspection provides insight into a printed circuit board’s inner layer. On the one hand, the inspection process grows more complex because several layers of CAD data must be read in and combined. On the other hand, checking more than just the top layer of the product means greater confidence for customers and their regulators.

“Due to the high demands of our complex PCB technology, a lot of benchmarking was necessary for introducing the new system,” explains Daniel Luchsinger, measurement technology and automation engineer at DYCONEX. “After a multi-step qualification and testing process, we decided on a Taiyo Industrial machine. Both the results and our teamwork with the machine’s manufacturer are proving highly satisfactory.”

About DYCONEX AG

With more than 50 years of experience, DYCONEX AG is an international leader in the supply of highly complex flexible, rigid-flex and rigid HDI/microvia circuit boards and chip-substrate solutions. These products are used in every application where miniaturization, increased functionality, quality and the highest level of reliability play a role. With its headquarters in Bassersdorf, DYCONEX has 180 employees and the company is a member of the Micro Systems Technologies Group.

About the Micro Systems Technologies group

The Micro Systems Technologies group consists of four high-tech companies that offer innovative components and services for medical devices, in particular implants. Other high-tech industries that demand exceptional performance, quality and the highest levels of reliability also rely on the expertise of MST companies.

The globally active companies that make up the MST group – DYCONEX AG (Switzerland), LITRONIK Batterietechnologie GmbH (Germany), Micro Systems Engineering GmbH (Germany) and Micro Systems Engineering, Inc. (USA) – offer their customers integrated solutions ranging from initial design through to series production.

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