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scanning devices for shipping and freight inspection at ports and bor- ders. LINAC generates high-ener- gy X-rays by accelerating electron beams from 1 to 15 MeV. With 2D and 3D computed tomography (CT), FPXD and LDA detectors are used to generate images of objects under inspection. The company has a shield-


ed, underground facility for eval- uations at its headquarters, as well as a cargo scanner that uses a linear accelerator in Gwang -


Pillarhouse Improves Action Labs’ Throughput


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with ever-increasing layers and complexity, the process features of Pillarhouse systems have been shown to have a significant impact on Action Labs’ improved and increased production. In particular, the enhanced


preheating capabilities of Pillar - house’s Jade Pro and the Jetwave option have been integral to Action Labs’ continued output and success. These attributes allow the


company to produce in a more structured and precise way, sav- ing time and boosting effective- ness across the company.


Benefits of Selective Soldering


As a result of this investment


in selective soldering technology, Action Labs has seen a steady increase in demand for its lead- free, through-hole assemblies. While the company has main- tained its lead-based wave solder for a range of customers and prod- ucts, the new selective soldering system from Pillar house has allowed it to competitively handle the increased demand in lead-free assemblies, without the invest- ment or floorspace it would take to adjust its existing wave solder- ing equipment. “All software can be chal-


lenging at times, but overall Pillarhouse’s systems are rela- tively easier to program, and there’s no doubt the machines and system work well,” concludes Thompson. “We are very satisfied with our partnership with Pillarhouse going forward.” Contact: Pillarhouse USA,


Inc., 201 Lively Boulevard, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 % 847-593-9080 E-mail: sales@pillarhouseusa.com Web: www.pillarhouse.co.uk and Action Labs, Inc., 425 Best Road, Woodville, WI 54028 E-mail: tomt@actionlabsinc.com Web: www.actionlabsinc.com r


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SEC and a Reputation as E-Beam Innovator yang Port.


Tabletop SEM is used for


the analysis of the structure of objects. Beams of electronics are shot at a sample and several detectors are used to capture sec- ondary electronics emitted from the sample. SEC’s tabletop SEM is able to


provide resolution down to 5 nm. Available features include a vari- ety of easy-to-use interfaces, EDS component analysis and dual detectors (SE/BSE). The company can provide customers with solu- tions tailored to their individual needs at a competitive price. SEC will continue to identify ways to improve quality, flexibility


and solve challenging problems, improving its own stability and convenience while ensuring its customers’ global competitiveness.


High Quality and Flexibility “We make a promise to every


customer that we are a sincere, reliable partner who will remain by their side,” says Kim. “We will always make an effort to grow as a representative in innovative manufacturing equipment, ad - vanced inspection equipment, security and medical equipment by developing our core technolo- gies through flexible and creative thinking, because the stronger we are, the stronger we make our


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customers.” Kim goes on to say that since


the company opened its doors, its vision has been to provide superi- or service and take on exciting challenges. “This serves as a constant


reminder to challenge our spirits, as well as to keep the principle of providing excellent products,” adds Kim. “We cost-effectively and punctually provide our cus- tomers with services that best fit their needs.” Contact: SEC, 11364


Oakford Lane, Porter Ranch, CA 91326 % 818-661-9675 E-mail:


Web: www.seceng.co.kr r jooyoung.lee@seceng.co.kr


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