Material receiving and relabeling refers to receiving incoming materials and labelling them with the appropriate identification and tracking information. This is an essential step in the supply chain management process, as it ensures that materials can be tracked and accounted for accurately.
Neotel provides intelligent storage automation to optimize the storage and retrieval of materials in a warehouse or production line. Innovative storage automation systems can improve the efficiency and accuracy of the storage process and can be used in various processes, including kitting, splicing, and feeder setup. Neotel helps companies optimize the use of storage space, reduce labour costs, and improve the efficiency of their operations.
Neo Light, an intelligent rack, is a type of smart storage solution that uses technology to optimize the storage and retrieval of materials in a warehouse or other storage facility. Intelligent racks are typically used in high-density storage environments, such as warehouses and SMT production lines, where limited space and efficiency are critical.
Neo Counter, an x-ray component counter, is a machine that uses x-ray imaging to accurately count the number of electronic components in a sample, such as a batch of surface mount technology (SMT) components. X-ray component counters are typically used in manufacturing environments to ensure that the correct number of components are used in electronic assemblies.
Neo Station,Projector-guided assembly, is often used in the manufacturing of electronic assemblies, such as printed circuit boards (PCBs), to ensure that components are correctly positioned and aligned. It can also be used in other manufacturing applications, such as automotive assembly or medical device manufacturing. Projector-guided assembly is a manufacturing process in which a projected image is used to guide the placement of components or other materials during assembly. The projected image can be a blueprint or other detailed plan, allowing for precise and accurate placement of components.
Ionic contamination testing is a process used to measure the level of ionic contaminants, such as salt or other charged particles, on the surface of electronic components or other materials. Ionic contamination can cause issues such as corrosion or electrical leakage, leading to reduced performance or reliability of electronic assemblies.