Texmac launches flying-probe test and programming service
Feb 21, 2007
Texmac, Inc. has announced at APEX that it now offers complete testing and programming services using state-of-the art Takaya APT-series flying-probe systems.
The new services are available to users of Takaya systems and to any electronics manufacturer who needs fixtureless test performed on a contract basis.
Texmac, the exclusive authorized distributor of Takaya flying probers in North America, offers a full range of services, including simple program preparation and CAD conversion, full program development and debug, and complete board testing.
Texmac's contract services feature fast turnaround times, competitive pricing, complete fault diagnoses, comprehensive test coverage reports, and comprehensive datalogging, if desired.
"Customers can use Texmac's contract services to increase throughput, manage test capacity, and get new products to market faster," said Roy McKenzie, Western Sales Manager, Texmac. "Users of Takaya systems can outsource programming or testing when they get into a time or capacity crunch. Manufacturers whose volumes can't justify the purchase of their own flying-probe system can take advantage of leading-edge fixtureless test without any capital investment."
Texmac provides its services at ESD-safe contract test facilities in the Boston, Chicago, and Silicon Valley areas. Texmac contract test facilities use Takaya APT-9411 and APT-9401SL flying-probe test systems.