Computrol has purchased an XD7600NT Ruby X-ray from Nordson DAGE and the system has already been installed at Computrol’s Meridian, ID facility. The Nordson DAGE NT maintenance-free, sealed-transmissive X-ray tube, providing 0.5µm feature recognition and up to 10W of power, together with the 2Mpixel XiDAT3 digital image intensifier covers all the failure analysis and manufacturing tasks required in the production environment.
“We have already benefited from the installation of the Nordson DAGE XD7600NT Ruby for our most demanding applications,” said James Spencer, Engineering Manager for Computrol. “We are able to see things that were not possible before. The Nordson DAGE Ruby is another tool that we can use to meet the high standards that our customers expect.”
Computrol also purchased the X-Plane option, which uses a proprietary, patent applied for tomosynthesis, or CT technique, to create 2D X-ray slices in any plane of a printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) without the need to cut the board.