Vision Inspection Systems

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Vision Inspection Systems


Vision Sensors offer easy configurability and are used for object recognition, inspection and identification. Many companies maintain human inspectors to visually inspect parts on an assembly line on quality, while machine vision systems use camera and image processing software to complete the same task. Machine vision inspection, however, ensures quality control while reducing cost and ensuring customer satisfaction 100% of the time. Machine vision inspection takes human error out of the equation.

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Machine vision system inspection consists of narrowly defined tasks such as counting objects on a conveyor, reading serial numbers, and searching for surface defects. Machine vision inspection systems are perfect for high speed, high magnification, 24/7 operation.

Our machine vision inspection product lines encompass both hardware and software while covering a wide range of performance and price point requirements. We provide a complete offering of products and solutions ranging from smart cameras to embedded vision systems.

What Vision Inspection Systems Can Do?

Smart camera inspection systems complete imperative tasks such as measuring parts, verifying parts are in the correct position, and recognizing the shape of parts. In addition, vision systems can measure and sort parts at high speeds. Software that often comes with the vision inspection systems captures images throughout the process and stores relevant data. A vision system can be startlingly simple, or as complex as making a decision that will trigger an operator to act based on a pass/fail assessment. From 2D to 3D, machine vision systems can be used for automated inspection, robot guidance, quality control and sorting, and much more.

What Applications Can Vision Systems Be Applied To?

Vision inspection systems can be used in any number of industries in which quality control is necessary such as manufacturing lines, sorting, packing and many more.  For example, vision systems can assist robotic systems to obtain the positioning of parts to further automate and streamline the manufacturing process.  Data collected by a vision system can be used to reduce costs associated with inefficiency in a variety of applications.

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