Koh Young Truck Tour Passes through SW US PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chelsey Drysdale   
Friday, 22 March 2013 10:53

CHANDLER, AZKoh Young began its truck tour with its 3D inspection technology after Apex. The first visit and event was in Mesa, AZ; other stops included Denver; El Paso, TX; and Houston.

The tour is free to anyone who registers online and can visit the truck at one of its stops. It brings 3D inspection in SPI and AOI systems to 25 states throughout the US over a three-month span. The tour involves more than 60 hands-on equipment demonstration locations. The systems in the exhibition include the ASPIre2 SPI system and the 3D AOI Zenith system.

The next stops on the tour include sites in Texas, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. For more information, visit www.3dinspectionontour.com.



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