Valtronic announces the purchase of a Viscom S3088 Ultra 3D automated optical inspection (AOI) system.

Solon, Ohio — February 19, 2015 – Valtronic, manufacturer of miniaturized electronic products for trusted medical device partners, announced today that it purchased a Viscom S3088 Ultra 3D automated optical inspection (AOI) system to further expand and speed its inspection capabilities. This purchase will improve Valtronic’s production environment, as well as, strengthen the Valtronic Quality Policy by providing services that meet or exceed industry and regulatory requirements.

Viscom’s S3088 Ultra 3D-AOI system combines the flexibility of AOI with the strengths of Viscom’s high-performance 3D XM camera module. The system is designed to flexibly cover various requirements, from small series production to high-volume/low-mix manufacturing. The 3D XM camera module allows remarkably fast inspection, with both high-resolution angled views and 3D analyses. The S3088 platform, with newly designed mechanics, and the addition of the 3D XM module, offers the fastest inspection speed with the best defect detection capability. Advanced maintenance and service features allow for reliable and economical machine operation.

Valtronic expects to have the installation and testing of the S3088 set for mid-2015 in the U.S. facility. To see the system live and in action, visit Viscom in booth #2015 at the IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego from February 24-6, 2015. Valtronic U.S. General Manager, Jay Wimer will be in attendance at the show to discuss Valtronic and its strategic growth plan.

About Valtronic

We innovate and manufacture miniaturized electronic products for our trusted medical device partners. We produce integrated electronic and mechanical products. Our customers are leading global suppliers of medical implants and devices, diagnostic imaging equipment and sensitive aerospace and industrial assemblies. For over 30 years we have helped hundreds of companies develop and produce Class II & III medical devices and advanced miniaturized electronic assemblies.