Have you ever thought that you have no choice but to rely on visual inspections in the automotive industry due to this industry's use of metal parts and electrical components sporting a wide variety of colours? This document will introduce actual examples in which vision sensors are used to automate fool-proofing and inspections.
There is a wide range of items to be observed with microscopes in the electrical and electronic industries, in which the trend of miniaturisation continues: lifted leads, soldering status, and devices such as LCDs and LEDs. In this document we have collected actual examples of observation of targets that were difficult to see and that were causing problems for a large number of different companies. This document is specialised for these industries, so we are sure that you will find some hints that will help with your work. We hope that you'll download this document today.
Capable of Fine Point and Long-Range Detection While Being Unaffected by Target Colour or Finish.
The GV Digital CMOS Laser Sensor offers a solution to difficult applications where target characteristics exceed the capabilities of conventional sensors. Regardless of surface finish or type, the GV's distance-based sensing technology is able to stably detect targets. In addition, innovative advanced features allow the GV to be fine-tuned for even the most difficult applications.
Why does reviewing inspection processes lead to an improvement in productivity? Using basic examples, this document introduces the results of installing the IM Series, which can perform dimensional measurements of up to 99 points in just seconds with easy operations. We hope that individuals working in quality assurance departments and production departments will download this document.
What are the optimal methods to use when performing a variety of measurements such as positioning, outer diameter, step, and shape measurements? This website explains the optimal methods to use in performing various measurements.
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