3D Machine vision Systems

Published : 01-01-2015 by : Pawan Janorkar

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Modern day durable goods manufacturing have begun to embrace the concepts of digitization as a means to improve productivity and quality. Moving away from expensive hard gages made for specific parts; manufacturers are seeking the means to measure parts in a flexible manner, and capture the resulting measurements by digital means. For higher volume parts, such as from forging or fast machining operations, speed of gauging is still an issue.

This is the area where machine vision based tools start to excel. Machine vision in general has been used for everything from guiding the insertion of electronic chips on circuit boards to inspecting bottles at several per second in bottling lines. A natural extension of machine vision inspection is to provide programmable measurements for machined parts. In many applications, these measurements can be made in two dimensions for which there is an established based of machine vision tools working in the sub-thousandth of an inch range at multiple measurements per second.

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