Newly Tsuchiya Debuts N=1 Checker Print E-mail
Monday, 22 October 2012 08:55

N=1 Checker first article test system is prototype, high-mix/low-volume, and pre-production applications, component revision verification and production changeovers.
Test Program Generator software automates programming so untrained operators can use the system. Performs high-speed automatic impedance measurement for resistance and capacitance combined with a visual inspection system to verify component type, orientation, text, angle, presence and absence. Automatically records all data, which can be exported to user database and process control software programs.

Newly Tsuchiya, www.tsuchiya-group.co.jp

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