ZDI Reintroduces Free Flying-Probe Testing


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First time users of Zero Defects International's (ZDI) ICT flying probe test services will receive a promotional offer. Utilizing a state-of-the-art test system, the service entails fast and cost-effective testing of printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs) for companies that may not have in-house equipment of their own but have customers that require test. Many of these companies are within the military and/or aerospace industries.

Included with this offer are test program generation, actual testing and fault location. Since this a nationwide program, the customer will be asked only to cover the cost of shipping. Only a few limitations may apply, and any work performed under this program must be initiated within two months.

About ZDI

ZDI, located in Silicon Valley, has provided PCBA ICT flying-probe test services for customers within North America for over 35 years while establishing a sterling reputation for high levels of performance.

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