FSInspection to Exhibit Visual Inspection Series at SMTA Ohio


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FSInspection will highlight its high-magnification, visual inspection stations at the SMTA Ohio Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled to take place Thursday, July 16, 2015 at the Doubletree Cleveland – Independence. Horizon Sales is FSInspection’s exclusive distributor in the Midwestern U.S. and also will feature FSInspection’s visual inspection stations in its booth.

FSInspection’s visual inspection series includes the HDMag High-Magnification Visual Inspection Station, X-Mag™ Machine Vision Station and PKMag 50 Portable Visual Inspection Device. FSInspection’s ergonomically designed, high-quality visual work stations are easy-to-use and more cost-effective than traditional microscopes. The result is an increase in productivity leading to a cost reduction in the overall quality inspection process.

Horizon Sales manages and sells to the Midwestern states of: Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and Western Pennsylvania, and recently added Illinois, Eastern Iowa and Wisconsin. For more information, visit www.horizonsales.com.   

For more information about FSInspection, visit www.fsinspection.com.   

About FSInspection

FSInspection offers high-magnification visual inspection systems for industrial markets including; electrical, mechanical, and plastic components and assemblies, as well as medical devices and research labs. FSInspection’s high-quality visual work stations are easy to use and more ergonomic and cost-effective than traditional microscopes. The systems are developed specifically for industrial inspection applications. FSInspection software provides capabilities to zoom, label, store, and share images including dimensional measurement of objects for quality control and audit tracking, making them a valuable tool throughout the production area and warehouse. FSInspection is a division of Freedom Scientific.  For more information, visit www.fsinspection.com.

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