ViTrox and Aegis Software announce programming interface

Feb. 27, 2017

Horsham, PA. Aegis Software today announced the release of a new machine programming interface between ViTrox Corp.’s automated X-ray-inspection (AXI) machines and Aegis’s FactoryLogix software. This interface will give ViTrox the ability to support native CAD formats, as well as Gerber, driving faster new product introduction (NPI) for its customers.

ViTrox is a provider of AXI solutions for the semiconductor, electronics, and medical industries. In order to serve this broad range of markets, the company required a programming interface for its AXI systems that supports the varying design formats their customers encounter.

Aegis’ FactoryLogix NPI easily imports the CAD/Gerber files, auto detecting the file types, then merges them with the BOM. This provides the user with intelligent data that can be leveraged to create machine programs that import directly into the ViTrox machine(s). The end result will allow ViTrox and Aegis customers to create machine programs rapidly, improving efficiency and reducing cost.

ViTrox designs and manufactures automated vision inspection equipment and system-on-chip embedded electronics devices for the semiconductor and electronics packaging industries. ViTrox’s core products are its machine vision system (MVS), automated board inspection (ABI), and electronics communication system (ECS).

Founded in 1997, Aegis Software is headquartered in a development and training facility in Philadelphia, PA. Aegis has international sales and support offices in Germany, UK, and China and is partnered with 37 manufacturing equipment suppliers. It has a global customer base of over 1,700 factories across the military, aerospace, electronics, medical, and automotive industries.

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