Hindley Circuits Increase its Inspection Capabilities Following Recommendation from Altus

by donpedro

Following a successful onsite trial Hindley Circuits, provider of high quality electronic PCB assembly services for a range of industrial products has installed Scienscope X-Scope 3000 X-Ray System from Altus to further improve its inspection facilities.

With business growing, Hindley Circuits is making many investments in the latest equipment to improve processes and ensure they have the capability to deliver even the most intricate PCB assembly service to the highest levels of accuracy. The company approached Altus to recommend what innovative equipment would enable precise inspection with peak performance to price ratio. The decision was made to install Scienscope X-Scope 3000 X-Ray Inspection System.

Richard Whitehead, Chief Executive Officer- Hindley Circuits said: “The X-ray investment is the latest in a stream of process improvements we have made over the last years to increase our inspection capabilities and adds to the 3D Koh Young AOI that we already utilise on site.

“Our ambition is to keep offering our partners the very highest level of contract manufacturing and a large factor of why people choose us is the quality of build. With this investment and the unit being supported by Altus, we can double down on that strength moving forward.”

X-Scope 3000 X-Ray Inspection System offers many advantages to help inspect highly complex PCBAs. Key factors of importance for Hindley Circuits included the machines intuitive graphical user interface allowing advanced inspection routines and the ability to auto-void calculation and the auto reporting of results.

Tony Sweetman, Altus Sales Manager said: “We are delighted that Hindley Circuits chose our offering for X-ray and their investment adds to a great month for Scienscope with several orders heading our way.

“We believe that we have a great offering for the CEM space as the X-ray systems offer very high quality images, auto void calculation and auto reporting all of which are vital for the modern CEM environment. Congratulations to Hindley and their team!”

Altus Group

Related Articles

Leave a Comment