FocalSpec introduces new high-precision Line Confocal Imaging Scanner for electronics applications
03/05/2016

FocalSpec, a supplier of AOI/AOM systems to the electronics industry, announces the formal North American launch of their new 3D Line Confocal Imaging Scanner.

Online PR News – 05-March-2016 – Cumming, GA – FocalSpec, Inc., a supplier of Line Confocal Imaging (LCI) sensors and LCI-based 3D Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) and Automated Optical Measurement (AOM) systems to the electronics industry, is pleased to announce the formal North American launch of their new 3D Line Confocal Imaging Scanner.

The new scanner is automatic and can be used in on-line, at line and laboratory applications on electronic and printed components, PCBs, assemblies, microdispensing, casings and other objects. It enables high-precision microtopographic 3D measurement of hard-to-measure surfaces where traditional technologies, such as lasers, do not perform satisfactorily.

“In addition to typical 3D measurement applications, our new scanner can also measure glossy, curved, slanted, high-contrast and transparent parts at sub-micron resolution,” said Juha Saily, Sales Manager for FocalSpec, Inc. “I’m excited that a newcomer like us is in a leading position to offer new technology that allows manufacturers to automatically scan materials and surfaces that have previously been unmeasurable.”

The launch of the Line Confocal Scanner coincides with FocalSpec exhibiting at IPC APEX EXPO 2016 in Las Vegas, March 15 – 17. The company and its scanner can be found at the booth # 1559.

FocalSpec, Inc. can be contacted at (770) 713-0837, email info@focalspec.com, website www.focalspec.com.

About FocalSpec:

FocalSpec, Inc. is a recently founded subsidiary of FocalSpec, Ltd. FocalSpec, Ltd, headquartered in Oulu, Finland, was founded in 2009 as a corporate spin-off from Technical Research Center of Finland (VTT). The company’s sensor products and 3D AOI/AOM systems are based on dual-axis Line Confocal Imaging technology that is patented worldwide.