Regarding your request for microcrack detection in packaging device of smiconductor, we could propose you METALSCAN EPSILON UT high frequency system (high resolution immersion tank) which could reach with your requirements.
On request we could quote options with 3rd Z axes motorised and turntable.
Could you please send us more details or the full specification so that we could give you a more adapted answer (mainly regariding feasibility according to the dimension of defects, nature of material, etc)?
Awaiting for your next reply,
With our best regards,
David GARNIER, Commercial Manager. ----------- Start Original Message ----------- : Would you please let us know the instrument and probes to detect microcrack of packaging device of semiconductor? : best regards : James JOE ------------ End Original Message ------------
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