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Newton; David
Tualatin, OR
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7750653 Automated contact alignment tool July 6, 2010
An electronic testing machine that tests electronic components using test contacts is disclosed. A contact takes a plurality of electrical readings for a component retained in a test plate as the test plate is moved in microsteps. These electrical readings can be used to determine alignm
7557594 Automated contact alignment tool July 7, 2009
A method for determining the alignment of a plurality of contacts in an electronic testing machine is disclosed. The contacts are swept over an electronic component taking a plurality of electrical readings. These electrical readings are charted against a desired orientation to deter

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