The Fondation Beyeler in Riehen (CH) now relies on Keyence, IDC Micro Inspection and FOBA for high-magnification and high depth-of-field images to examine and document its artworks. Download application note
IDC develops and builds a semi-automatic inspection system for lenses for a Swiss customer. Based on the Keyence VHX video microscope, the specially designed tripod with motorized XY stage and the specially developed software ScanXpro, a complete system for the automatic scanning of substrates up to 300mm is created. The acquired images are stitched together, classified with the IDC software ClassX and documented with a “Visual Inspection Map”.
IDC is responsible for the project of a fully automated inspection system for semiconductor lasers. With two software developers the entire system is set up, the processes defined and put into operation. A second AOI has now been delivered and is supported by IDC.
IDC develops and manufactures OEM modules for punching solder foils (pre-forms) from coils. Several modules are integrated into the OurPlant series micro-assembly system to form a complete power module assembly system: https://haecker-automation.de/en/power-module-assembly/
In the semiconductor industry, new processes are being launched for the production of IGBTs for power modules. IDC develops and builds innovative modules for the company Haecker Automation, which are used as sintering presses up to 10KN and 300°C or as contacting stations for electrical tests. Video
The ultra-compact design allows the integration of several modules into a micro assembly system of the OurPlant series: https://haecker-automation.de/ourplant/.