Koh Young America Launches Demo Lab

February 9, 2014. Koh Young America (KYA) has announced the launch of its newly-renovated demo lab in its Chandler, AZ, headquarters. The new demo lab gives customers the opportunity to obtain hands-on experience with Koh Young’s latest solder paste inspection (SPI) and automated optical inspection (AOI) technology and systems.

“Customers and visitors will be pleased to see our new, expanded, and re-vamped demo facility, where they can bring their own PCBs and assemblies for evaluations on our latest equipment,” stated Harry Yun, general manager of Koh Young America. “Our new demo lab is furnished with three sets of 3D SPI/AOI systems and a state-of-the-art stencil printer. Our Lab’s new training area can accommodate five students and is also equipped with five corresponding PCs for programming. Our adjacent conference room will accommodate eight persons.”

Two other Koh Young demo facilities are available in the eastern United States, Yun added. One is located at Universal Instruments Corp. (UIC) in Conklin, NY, and the other is at ACI in Philadelphia, PA. UIC offers both 3D AOI and SPI systems, while ACI currently has an SPI system.

www.kohyoung.com

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