Nordson DAGE received two prestigious awards at Nepcon Shanghai 2011

Soldering & Surface Mount Technology

ISSN: 0954-0911

Article publication date: 20 September 2011



(2011), "Nordson DAGE received two prestigious awards at Nepcon Shanghai 2011", Soldering & Surface Mount Technology, Vol. 23 No. 4.



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Nordson DAGE received two prestigious awards at Nepcon Shanghai 2011

Article Type: Industry news From: Soldering & Surface Mount Technology, Volume 23, Issue 4

Nordson DAGE, a division of Nordson Corporation (NASDAQ: NDSN), and the industry leader in X-ray inspection technology announces that they have been presented with two prestigious industry awards at presentations held during Nepcon Shanghai 2011. Both were given for the Nordson DAGE XD7600 Diamond FP X-ray inspection system which uses the latest technology, flat panel detector to provide the ultimate choice for the highest quality real time X-ray imaging.

The first was the SMT China Vision Award for Excellent Product Inspection & Testing AXI, presented to Stephen Kew, CEO of the Nordson DAGE Test & Inspection Group by Adonis Mak, Publisher of SMT China Magazine. This is the 5th SMT China Vision Awards.

The second award for Nordson DAGE’s flagship XD7600 Diamond FP system was the EM Asia Innovation Award 2011 for inspection equipment (X-ray). This award was presented to Stephen Kew by Su Man Bo, the Guangdong Secretary of the SMT Association.

Stephen Kew said “I am delighted to accept both prestigious awards for the Diamond FP X-ray inspection system on behalf of all the employees of Nordson DAGE. It is particularly gratifying to be acknowledged for the innovation of your products by your peers in the industry and we thank the judges for their consideration. For Nordson DAGE, this is yet another sign from the people who need and use our equipment that they recognize our continuing efforts to provide ever better products for the manufacturing challenges ahead”.

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