High-end testing and sorting machines in the semiconductor IC packaging sector, such as BGA, QFN, and QFP, have long been monopolized by foreign companies. This customer intended to embrace domestic production of such equipment to reduce order costs, fill the vacuum in the domestic market, and, eventually, advance into the competitive international marketplace. The project adopted comprehensive Soft Motion control and an MVIP solution developed independently by Advantech. It was based on the EtherCAT Automation Protocol, which is the mainstream protocol in China's domestic market. Advantech's solution satisfied technical requirements and competed favorably against products from the United States, Europe, and Japan. It effectively controlled costs for system integrators while achieving domestic production for IC packaging test handler machines. Advantech's solution played a vital role in further developing China's industrial chain of integrated circuit production.