COVID-19 response: Accelonix continues to operate as close to normal as possible while adhering to the government regulations. All orders are processed and we currently experience no disruptions to our supply chains.
Our PCBA testing facility is open for board testing and we offer remote support of all equipment under contract. Essential site visits can be carried out in keeping with the guidelines.
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Accelonix hosts Wire Bonding discussions with university academics at the MTC, 11th May 2017

Accelonix are proud to collaborate with Universities across the UK & Ireland.

Accelonix hosted a meeting at the MTC (Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry) with key University Wire Bonding staff covering a range of topics including: Metrology, Warpage, Product Lifecycle Management, Quality Assurance, Encapsulation and Wire Bonding methods.

Academics attended from RAL, Universities of Oxford, Liverpool, Birmingham, Glasgow, Queen Mary, Edinburgh, Sheffield, Cambridge, and University of California – Santa Barbara.

Discussions lead to interesting topics such as information on quality assurance and an assembly tracking database for ATLAS upgrade.

“All of the talks were beneficial and contributed greatly to the conversations and networking in the breaks”, says Gale Lockwood, organiser for Oxford University.

The day included a “show and tell” session, getting everyone involved and stretching their imagination in understanding the possibilities with wire-bonding convention. It was a privilege to have Dr. Hesse from Hesse Mechatronics join the event and provide an insight on the Hesse machines. This was a fantastic opportunity to communicate and have questions answered.

The event concluded with a tour of the impressive MTC, with an overview of the facilities provided and detailed demonstrations of select equipment.

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Accelonix and cyberTECHNOLOGIES at the Advanced Engineering Show

Accelonix Ltd displayed its latest 3D non-contact surface measurement demonstration systems at the Advanced Engineering Show at the NEC Exhibition Centre at Birmingham on the 2nd and 3rd of November.

The cyberTECHNOLOGIES CT 300 floor standing system with both point confocal white light and confocal microscopy sensors demonstrated its capacity on the stand when we were invited to work with a number of samples brought in by visitors. In addition to the CT 300, our benchtop CT 100 measurement system was displaying samples of a surface replicating material where we were demonstrating the confocal white light technology and its ability to work with black, reflective and curved surfaces providing rapid, accurate assessments of difficult materials and samples. Frank Kemnitzer, of Cyber Technologies, joined us at the exhibition

Keith Dear, Business Manager for Accelonix Ltd Metrology said “ The exhibition was a great success for Accelonix and cyberTECHNOLOGIES. In addition to seeing visitors that we were expecting, we were delighted to be visited by many names new to us; some with samples brought especially to test. We are looking forward to working with them all in the next weeks.”

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Cogiscan Partners with Siemens PLM Software to Provide a Complete Industry 4.0 Solution for Electronics Manufacturing

BROMONT, CANADA, August 2016 — Cogiscan Inc., the leading Track, Trace and Control (TTC) solutions provider for the electronics manufacturing industry, is partnering with Siemens PLM Software to provide a complete manufacturing software solution to enable Industry 4.0 for Electronic Manufacturers.