PENANG MALAYSIA - September 2019 - ViTrox Technologies, the world-leading vision inspection solutions provider, co-joining EAP and Evotest, ViTrox’s sales channel partners, today announced the hosting of US Technology Day that will be held on October 2019.
Apart from spending two days in Mexico to showcase the latest vision inspection solutions, a similar program that will be held in the US are as follows:
16th October 2019- 9:00am - 3:00pm at EAP Office, Dayton, Ohio.
24th October 2019- 9:30am - 5:00pm at Evotest Office, Fremont, California.
This time, an array of presentations that are not only beneficial to the PCBA market, but for a wider audience, such as back end semiconductor, final assembly solution, electronic communication systems, and more, will be conferred during the event. ViTrox believes the full range of machine vision technical sharing would help attendees to learn the contributions of its solutions in production lines, increase their readiness towards Industry 4.0, and understand the advancement of technology in today's market.
The product demos and presentations in these two locations include V510i Advanced 3D Optical Inspection System (AOI), V310i Advanced 3D Solder Paste Inspection (API), V9i Conformal Coating Inspection, V810i S2EX: Advanced 3D X-ray Inspection System (AXI), and V-ONE. Customers will be given a chance to view the machine live demonstration and its functionalities in a closer look. At the appointed time, visitors are allowed to make their enquiry on the spot to the technical specialists from ViTrox for more details.
“We strive to help the industry players out there to understand that ViTrox isn’t only a company that manufactures a single solution, but also involves Semiconductor, Final Inspection and Smart Manufacturing solutions,” said Seow Zi Yang, the Senior Manager of ABI Business Development from ViTrox Technologies.
To make reservations, participants may contact:
Registration for the show at Midwest: John Johnson at +1-937-414-6652, email@example.com
Registration closes a week before the Technology Day.