Matrix Technologies GmbH is a global supplier of high-speed Automated Inline X-ray Inspection systems (AXI) and semi-automated X-ray Inspection systems to ensure the quality of critical electronic devices/components and electronic printed circuit boards manufactured by its customers. In addition, Matrix supplies manual, semi-automated and automated inspection solutions for non-destructive testing (NDT) of other non-electronic materials, such as casting or medical parts, by using X-ray or computer tomography (CT) technology. Matrix is a unit of Nordson Corporation (NASDAQ: NDSN), which includes the Nordson DAGE and Nordson YESTECH families of test and inspection products.
Matrix Technologies GmbH, founded in 2004 and headquartered in Munich/Feldkirchen (Germany), is a market leading provider of Automated Inline X-ray Inspection systems (AXI & MXI for Electronics) that are used to control the manufacturing process and to ensure the quality of critical electronic devices, electronic printed circuit boards or fully assembled devices manufactured by its customers using surface mount technology (SMT). In addition, Matrix supplies automated and manual inspection solutions for Non-Destructive Testing (AXI for NDT) of other non-electronic materials such as casting or medical parts by using X-ray or Computed Tomography (“CT”) technology.
Since September 2015 and pursuant to the acquisition by Nordson Corporation, Matrix Technologies has been part of the Nordson Test and Inspection Group which is also the home of existing Nordson DAGE (MXI) and Nordson YESTECH (AOI) test and inspection product lines.
Matrix’s inspection system solutions assist its global customer base to achieve and fulfil the highest quality demands for critical parts and components.
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