ECO-FRIENDLY MEETS HIGH-TECH – Product Launch at Nepcon Thailand

June 20, 2018

Hamburg, 20th June, 2018: At this year’s Nepcon Thailand, taking place June 20 – 23, Yxlon invites all interested parties to the great launch of their Cheetah and Cougar ECO X-ray inspection systems for use in the electronics...

Hamburg, 20th June, 2018: At this year’s Nepcon Thailand, taking place June 20 – 23, Yxlon invites all interested parties to the great launch of their Cheetah and Cougar ECO X-ray inspection systems for use in the electronics industry. These microfocus systems, which have been developed by Yxlon in Germany, are characterized by an excellent price-performance ratio. Being entry-level systems in two sizes, each of them provides best inspection results in quality control in the SMT and semiconductor industries.

Advanced German engineering and European Manufacture with a low carbon footprint result in a total solution that sets a new benchmark for X-ray systems of this class. And like all Yxlon systems, the safety standards exceed all global requirements.

As well as the sophisticated, segment-specific X-ray inspection systems of the EVO family and even the universal YXLON FF20/35/85 CT systems, Cougar and Cheetah ECO systems too benefit from the high-resolution FeinFocus tubes, the advanced target technology, a finely calibrated flat-panel detector and a state-of-the-art manipulation system. Easy 1-click operation and the intuitive FGUI user interface deliver quick and clear results. An upgrade with the unique FF-CT or Micro3DSlice software expands Cheetah and Cougar ECO easily with high-quality computed tomography capabilities.

Click here to find out more about our ECO range.

Contact
Keith Bryant
Director Global Sales Electronics
T.: +49 40 52729-506
keith.bryant@hbg.yxlon.com

Media Relations
Gina Naujokat
Marketing Communications
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gina.naujokat@hbg.yxlon.com

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