Alpha Circuit Upgrades AOI Equipment with CIMS

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Prashant Patel, owner and president of Alpha Circuit I LLC in Elmhurst, Illinois, announced that his company has upgraded its testing systems with the purchase and installation of 2 Galaxy 30μ AOI machines.

Galaxy 30μ, CIMS latest generation of AOI system, is designed to support high volume manufacturing of HDI and multi-layer PCB. It is capable to scan down to 30 µm line/space width technology.

The system’s state-of-the-art optical technology Microlight Gen II provides optimal light coverage in order to be able to meet the most rigorous detection requirements. Optimized performance is achieved by combining superior image quality with customizable detection algorithms.

Equipped with state-of-the-art image acquisition and advanced software capabilities, the Galaxy product family is renowned for its exceptional detection achieved with the lowest possible false call rate.

Galaxy 30μ is powered by Spark 3.0 – CIMS latest generation cross-platform detection engine.

“As we continue on our mission to completely upgrade Alpha Circuit the purchase of these two Galaxy AOI machines was a significant part of that upgrade,” said Mr. Patel when making the announcement. "Our goal is to produce the highest quality printed circuit boards available on the market today and the best way to do that is to purchase the best equipment to assure that quality is built in.”


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