PNC Purchases Benchtop AOI


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PNC, a provider of rigid, rigid-flex and flex PCBs, has boosted its capabilities by acquiring Nordson YESTECH’s BX Benchtop Automated AOI.

Nordson YESTECH’s advanced 5 megapixel color camera imaging technology offers benchtop PCB inspection with exceptional defect coverage. It inspects solder joints and verifies correct part assembly, enabling users to improve quality and increase throughput.

“Our goal is to always provide our customers the best quality on the market today so we are always ready to invest in quality assurance. This AOI inspection machine has already proven to be a great piece of equipment for us,” said Sam Sangani, President and owner of PNC.

About PNC

PNC located in Nutley, N.J. is one of the country’s leading providers of rigid, rigid-flex and flex printed circuit boards and the largest PCB supplier in the region. They are committed to providing their customers with innovative solutions for their PCB fabrication and assembly needs. They are committed to working side-by-side with visionary engineers and buyers in all technologies including High Frequency RF/ Microwave boards; Audio, Defense Aerospace and Medical. The dare to take on demanding and challenging technologies including R&D projects. They combine the latest technology with American Innovation to deliver world class printed circuit board solutions including Design, Fabrication and assembly to their customers.

For more information go to www.pnconline.com.

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