DYCONEX has installed a new pre-treatment tunnel machine so it can provide an in-house Multibond process. Today, that process is qualified for flex PCBs and inner layers of rigid products.
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The newly implemented electronic failure catalog enables DYCONEX and its customers to use the same criteria for visual inspection of PCBs – either during in-process or final inspection at DYCONEX, or during incoming inspection at its customers' facilities. The goal is to synchronize inspection processes and outcomes for specific products with the intention of achieving dock-to-stock delivery.
At DYCONEX, all final inspection workstations have been equipped with touch screen computers to allow for the convenient use of a paperless system. The database contains a comprehensive collection of customer- and product-specific failure catalogues that can be displayed in different views. The operator easily finds pictures and corresponding captions of reference samples, thereby allowing him to assess each product feature and to categorize the part.
Users can choose either German or English as the system language. Furthermore, the system offers release loops with electronic sign-off capabilities and strict revision control to ensure that users are working with the latest released revision.
This system enhances the delivery of the highest PCB quality and reliability, anchored in all business and production processes, thereby making DYCONEX an extremely predictable partner for its customers.
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