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March, 2021


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Optimizing Smart Factory Process Control with True 3D Inspection Data


Continued from page 51 The­ combination­ of­ multi-


point­ measurement­ and­ process data­collected­from­SPI­and­pre- and­ post-reflow­ AOI,­ with­ the data­ from­ printers,­ placement systems­and­reflow­ovens,­is­nec- essary­to­achieve­an­AI-powered, zero-defect,­self-optimizing­line.


Inspection Feedback While­the­quality­of­data­is


more­ important­ than­ the­ raw quantity,­it­is­the­combination­of reliable­data­along­with­a­statis- tically­ significant­ quantity­ that delivers­ next-level,­ relatable results. A­ single­ inspection­ system


has­limits­and­cannot­manage­or optimize­an­entire­line.­Suppliers like­Koh­Young­have­tackled­this problem­ by­ collaborating­ in­ the industry­ to­ connect­ inspection systems­with­other­process­equip- ment,­such­as­printers­and­place- ment­machines.­Each­ individual company­ must­ also­ design­ and deliver­ suitable­ process­ controls for­ seamless­ communication across­ its­ own­ core­ set­ of­ equip- ment.­ Koh­ Young’s­ true­ 3D measurement­ data­ generated during­inspection­helps­to­identi- fy­ sources­ of­ inefficiency.­ Koh Young’s­LINK@KSMART­is­used to­deliver­multipoint­data­corre- lation­ and­ images­ from­ inline inspection­machines. The­ tool­ offers­ real-time


data­management­and­network- ing,­ providing­ operators­ with actionable­ insights­ to­ optimize processes.­ This­ feedback­ offers regular­data-based­review,­diag- nosis­ and­ optimization­ of­ print- ing,­ pick-and-place­ and­ reflow processes­with­linked­inspection results.


Results­can­be­displayed­as


images,­ trend­ charts­and­collec- tions­of­inspection­results­to­cor- relate­ results­ from­ printing, placement­and­reflow. Outside­of­the­inspection­sys-


tem­itself,­its­data­can­be­used­up and­ down­ the­ production­ line. This­inspection­data­can­be­fed­to component­ mounters­ to­ correct misplacement,­for­example.


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Industry Cooperation The­industry­has­a­strategic


focus­on­the­concept­of­the­smart factory.­The­ ability­ to­ transform massive­ amounts­ of­ data­ into actionable­ information­ is­ essen- tial­to­process­improvement.­With its­ open­ standards­ and­ broad industry­ adoption,­ the­ IPC Connected­ Factory­ Exchange (CFX)­initiative­is­helping­capital equipment­ manufacturers­ and EMS­ providers­ to­ effortlessly


exchange­ data­ between­ produc- tion­machines­ from­ various­ sup- pliers.­Koh­Young’s­8030­SPI­and Zenith­AOI­ are­ compatible­with CFX­and­this­connectivity­offers­a straightforward­ approach­ to­ col- lecting­and­feeding­data. Far­beyond­autonomous­pro­-


cesses­ like­ an­ automatic­ line changeover,­today’s­M2M­commu- nication­enables­individual­mach­- ines­ on­ the­ line­ to­ automatically adjust­production­parameters. Integrating­ multipoint­ in­-


spec­tion,­such­as­SPI­and­pre-­and post-reflow­AOI,­ is­ an­ important step­ toward­ increasing­ quality, reducing­ the­ frequency­of­defects and­lowering­costs.­These­inspec- tion­ solutions­ lay­ the­ foundation for­ the­ smart­ factory,­while­ con- tinuously­optimizing­production. Contact: Koh­Young


America,­Inc.,­1950­Evergreen Boulevard,­Suite­200,­Duluth, GA­30096­% 704-651-2860­ E-mail:­brent.fischthal@ kohyoung.com­ Web:­www.kohyoung.com­r


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