PCB | August 24, 2012
Viscom sells system to Smyczek
Smyczek, based in Verl, Germany, has purchased SMT 3D SPI equipment from Viscom.
Smyczek is a member of the Beckhoff group and, as a mid-sized EMS services provider, a specialist for the assembly of PCBs as well as for the entire production and assembly process. With 11 SMD lines, all equipped with an AOI system for quality assurance, the capacity reaches 22 million components each week. . "With the new 3D SPI system we can now evaluate the printing result of the paste a lot more precisely," explained Smyczek's CEO Michael Schlegel. "Furthermore we can recognize the relation between the paste printing result and the real appearance of defects with the Process Uplink. We can see which defects in the paste printing will actually create a problem at the end. Through our frequent product change we can avoid unnecessary defects quite early in the production line and thus guarantee a best product series launch."
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