Koh Young to Dive into Dispensing Process Inspection Challenges and Explore Solutions in a 13 March 2024 Webinar

Atlanta, Georgia – Koh Young, the industry leader in True3D measurement-based inspection solutions, invites electronics manufacturers to our technical webinar, explaining how to improve efficiency and reduce costs by implementing laser interferometry for fluid technology. Hector Alan Hernandez from Koh Young will highlight how manufacturers can utilize the Neptune C+ for dispense process inspection to handle the toughest challenges. Register today for the Spanish webinar scheduled for March 13, 2024, at 11:00 am GMT-6 by following the link at Dive into Your Dispensing Process with Neptune C+

Conformal coatings play a crucial role in protecting electronics from moisture, debris, corrosion, and provide mechanical stability to reduce failures and enhance reliability in harsh environments. However, thin or defective coatings can lead to system failures. Traditional laser-confocal and electron microscopes are limited to measuring three-dimensional shapes and are unable to inspect transparent materials due to their shallow penetration depth. Optical systems using UV light are effective only for simple 2D presence or absence. The patented L.I.F.T. Technology (Laser Interferometry for Fluid Tomography) offers non-destructive 3D inspection, precisely measuring wet or dry fluids, including material thickness, at production speed. Leveraging low-coherence interferometry, L.I.F.T. uses Near-Infrared Light (NIR) to capture images through multiple layers of a fluidic structure, irrespective of transparency.

The award-winning Neptune Series is the industry’s first 3D optical inline measurement solution for transparent material inspection. Featuring an integrated flipper, intuitive programming, and machine-learning algorithms, the Neptune empowers manufacturers to thoroughly analyze their dispensing process using non-destructive 2D, 3D, and cross-section views to identify defects. Equipped with advanced algorithms for inspection parameter training, the Neptune accurately measures materials for coverage, thickness, and consistency based on user-defined threshold settings. It also detects bubbles, cracks, and other defects, including splash marks in “keep out” areas. Beyond coatings, the Neptune provides precise measurements for underfill, epoxy, bonding, and more, catering to transparent, translucent, and pigmented materials. Currently compatible with acrylic, silicone, polyurethane, hybrid coatings, and parylene, the Neptune marks a breakthrough as the industry’s first True3D optical measurement solution for transparent material inspection, addressing a longstanding industry challenge.

Register for the Spanish webinar scheduled for March 13, 2024, at 11:00 am GMT-6. Simply follow link at Dive into Your Dispensing Process with Neptune C+. You can also see the Neptune in action at the IPC APEX EXPO in Booth 2112 at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. Learn more about our other award-winning technologies, visit our regional website Koh Young America. There, you can request an online or live in-person demonstration. 

About Koh Young Technology

Established in 2002, Koh Young revolutionized the inspection market by launching the industry’s first 3D Solder Paste Inspection (SPI) system using a patented dual-projection Moiré technology. Since then, it has become the global leader in 3D measurement-based SPI and Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) equipment for the electronics industry. Based on its True3D™ measurement-based inspection technology, Koh Young has developed innovative inspection solutions for challenges with machined parts, press-fit and through-hole pins, conformal coatings, dispensed materials, and semiconductor packages. Through its constant innovation, Koh Young has secured over 3,600 global customers, and commands the dominant global market share position in the SPI and AOI markets with over 23,000 machine installations. A customer-centric R&D focus uses our core competencies to develop innovative solutions for new and existing markets by listening to users and researching trends and applications. From the headquarters in Korea, activities spread across the world through its global sales and support infrastructure spanning Europe, Asia, and the Americas. These regional offices ensure Koh Young stays close to the market, and more importantly, its growing user base. Learn why so many electronics manufacturers trust Koh Young for reliable inspection for a smart factory at our website at Koh Young America or Koh Young.