Saki Corporation introduces Saki Self-Programming Software for automated optical inspection (AOI) equipment

  • August 14, 2018
Saki Corporation introduces Saki Self-Programming Software for automated optical inspection (AOI) equipment
Saki Corporation introduces Saki Self-Programming Software for automated optical inspection (AOI) equipment

August 14, 2018 - Saki Corporation introduced Saki Self-Programming Software, their first self-programming software for solder paste inspection (SPI) and automated optical inspection (AOI) equipment. Saki Self-Programming (SSP) software, installed on Saki's 3D SPI and 3D AOI systems doesn't require any special programming skill or training. All the user needs is the Gerber and centroid CAD data. The software does the rest.

Saki Self-Programming is a system that doesn't require DFM software. It combines technology that captures complete height and XY data and images while simultaneously scanning multiple fields of view. The ability to select from over 300,000 components from Saki's Golden Library offers possibilities. In a matter of minutes, SPI/AOI inspection data can be programmed automatically, using a defined set of standards and criteria, such as naming, orientation, and parameters, as those recognized by IPC standards for AOI and SPI systems. This removes the programming discrepancies and variations that arise when programming is done by different programmers.

With Saki Self-Programming, one program can be used for all inspection systems-SPI, pre-reflow, and post-reflow. There is no need to program each machine separately. The inspection program can be generated without first preparing a golden printed circuit board. The Offline Debug Function allows fine-tuning to be done remotely without stopping the production line.

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