Learn more about how AOI equipment from Capital Equipment Exchange may benefit you. The role of automated optical inspection (AOI) systems is crucial for printed circuit board assembly. It’s one of several types of tests that are used in the manufacturing of PCBs, along with in-circuit and flying probe tests. Together they ensure the process is free of defaults and production can run efficiently, keeping costs down and revenues up.
With over 20 years of experience in buying, restoring, and selling used SMT equipment, Capital Equipment Exchange technicians have seen several common issues that cause unexpected downtime in SMT equipment. While we can't promise your machines will never go down, we do hope we can help you keep production lines running at capacity as much as possible.
As an industry leader in the sale of used SMT equipment, Capital Equipment Exchange is committed to offering many benefits to PCB manufacturers. We believe that when we invest in our client relationships and build a name that is synonymous with integrity, everybody wins.
Capital Equipment Exchange has a range of used wave solder machines and used reflow ovens to help you increase production and solder components to your printed circuit boards (PCB). But which process is better? It depends on the type of PCB assembly and production process you are using. Regardless of the process, precision soldering is necessary for the function of any printed circuit board.
Capital Equipment Exchange reconditions and sells pick and place machines for PCB assembly. These machines are an essential component of surface-mount technology solutions. See how these devices can save both time and money for businesses in the electronics industry.
Capital Equipment Exchange provides used equipment for testing printed circuit boards (PCBs), including in-circuit and flying probe testers. Both types of automated test equipment are widely used to evaluate the assembly of the printed circuit board and find potential defects. There are definite pros and cons for each type of test. Learn more about which one might be right for your business.