AOI Mfr. ASC Opens Corporate Office in MN PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chelsey Drysdale   
Wednesday, 08 May 2013 10:23

MEDINA, MN ― Automated optical inspection OEM ASC International has opened its new 13,000 sq. ft. corporate office here.

The site has office space for up to 30 software and design engineers, production, technical service, and administration and sales personnel.

It also includes a conference room, equipment demonstration room, clean room, sensor build area and large production room.

The recent expansion is driven by the introduction of VisionPro M500, AP500 SPI, and AV873 AOI, as well as distribution efforts for SAKI’s AOI /AXI solutions for the Americas.

The facility now serves more than 2,000 customers worldwide.

 

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