Two T40 Smart Cameras are used to ensure the correct model of aluminum wheel is packed into the appropriate container before shipment.
This application provides a low cost solution to position a servo controlled adhesive application system.
Two T40 Smart Cameras are used to inspect the standpipes of dialysis filters. The vision system is required to look for the presence of PU materials at the upper region of each standpipe
This application requires a vision system to be installed onto a digital wheel printing machine. The major defects are small notches along the edges of the characters.
This application provides a low cost solution to inspect an electronic connector with high precision.
Two A30 Smart Cameras are deployed to measure critical dimensions of glass vials used in the medical industry. The vision systems are also required to check the quality of the rings and dot printed on the vials.
This stand-alone component inspection station is designed for a company who manufactures a wide variety of metal parts in varying sizes and shapes. The components attached to the parts may be weld nuts, brackets, studs or other objects.
Four Impact T20 cameras are used to inspect an empty caulk container before product is loaded into the tubes. The vision systems are required to look for four major defects; 1. The position of the nozzle; 2. The presence of the foil inside the tube; 3. The shape of the open end of the tube; and 4. The seal between the metal end of the tube and the cardboard side of the tube.
A typical connector inspection application would generally require the vision system to inspect the following: pin or contact presence/absence; pin length, width and pitch; contact gap; and implied co-planarity by measuring the distance from a pin or contact to a fixed datum.
This application provides a two camera system to determine the orientation of fiber marker tips before they are inserted into markers. The cameras are placed at 90 degrees to each other. Two LED backlights are used to create a silhouette of the tip.
A M150 camera (1296 x 966 pixels) connected to an MX80 Vision is used to measure the dimensions of extruded plastic parts. The vision system is required to inspect over 100 different part types coming off the extrusion line.
This application solution inspects the quality of tri-laminated conductive polymer materials used to make carrier tapes. Using eight M-cameras connected to two MX80 Vision Processors, this solution provides 100% inspection for the 660mm wide polymer web running at the speed of 20 meters per minute.
When a new model of connector is manufactured, the initial production units are typically made in small quantity. Manufacturers typically look for a vision solution that can provide 100% quality inspection for these new production units that doesnâ€™t require a high budget and extensive deployment effort.
A vision system guarantees the quality of a stamped and bend lead frame. High accuracy measurement were needed to inspect the geometry of the gold-plated product and to detect defects.
Identify imperfections in rubber seals for use in market leading coffee makers. The inspection eliminated inner and outer overflows, as well as incomplete seals.
A vision system was designed to inspect for out-of-tolerance parts, produced by a stamping press. Parts needed to be inspected at 2,000 pins per minute, and take more than 20 measurements per pin.
Sintered metal parts were inspected for defects and dowel insertion depth as well as determine pick-and-place for part orientation.
Machine vision system used in high speed connector stamping production lines.
Racks of 25 needles are inspected for bevel angle orientation with automatic setup for varied production runs (needle widths and lengths).