Measuring electronics assembly gaps at PCB Live
Following the assembly process of smartphone displays, it is important for manufacturers to be able to inspect the mounting tolerances of the various components in order to ensure continuous quality in all production batches. To help them achieve this, confocal chromatic sensors from PCB Live exhibitor Micro Epsilon travel over the components and inspect the required gaps with extremely high accuracy.
It is common for Micro Epsilon confocal sensors to be selected when laser triangulation or other optical sensors are not either accurate or stable enough on the surface which is being measured. In addition, confocal sensors from Micro Epsilon have an extremely small spot diameter, typically a few microns, and measure in the vertical plane, so do not suffer from shadowing of the reflected light. This also enables Micro Epsilon products to effect measurement into small bores and holes. Almost all industries benefit from this measurement principle as it can be used across both R&D and in-process measurements. In particular, the semiconductor, micro lens, automotive parts, medical, glass, and MEMS industries use this sensor technology extensively in a variety of ways. This innovative measuring equipment for electronics manufacturing, and much more besides, can be discovered, discussed and evaluated on the Micro Epsilon stand at the forthcoming PCB Live event on March 12th.
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