To improve quality control and eliminate waste, a major manufacturer of injection-molded closures upgrades its vision technology. Previous vision systems lacked visual acuity to solve this difficult application.
The Cognex Checker® 4G7X machine vision sensor expands the practical applications of its Checker 4G line of machine vision sensors, offering a new pattern-based position tool that supports 360-degree rotation to verify object location regardless of its position on the production line.
Mettler-Toledo CI-Vision’s new FBI (Full Body Inspection) machine inspects capped bottles for proper fill level, cap height/skew, and tamper-band integrity, and removes defective products, at up to 900 products/min.
Shibuya Hoppmann's robotic packaging lines sort and package products using computer processing of product shapes and positions acquired through vision cameras. Here our automated unscrambler sorts eyedroppers at high speed using a robot – technology manufactured to handle a variety of products in the pharmaceutical, household, personal care, and food industries.
Despite its extremely small size, GE Intelligent Platforms’ MIP3ES Miniature Image Stabilizer offers high performance stabilization of real-time video images with any standard definition analog video signal.
Toothpaste helps you maintain healthy, attractive, and clean teeth, but only in recent years have vision systems been used to check whether the actual product packaging is clean and safe before the toothpaste tubes are filled.
The Phantom® v-Series line of 1 megapixel, high-speed cameras from Vision Research, now comes in 4 upgraded models—the v211, v311, v611, and v711, and are lighter weight, more compact, and offer additional on-camera and connectivity controls.