X-rays Reveal Hidden Flaws

Sprovieri, John
June 2008
Assembly;Jun2008, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p10
The article deals with the use of automated x-ray inspection machines in assembly lines. Industries that benefit from x-ray equipment include the electronics industry, automotive industry, aerospace and defense industry, and medical equipment industry. Both in-line and stand-alone versions are available for assembly lines.


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