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Visualize a typist stationed at every point of data entry in a manufacturing facility. Imagine a data acquisition process that is automated, error free and very cost effective.
Short wave infrared (SWIR) machine vision imaging is a key tool in manufacturing and industrial processes to measure, monitor, control or otherwise manage the reliable and quality-conforming production of goods that do not respond well to standard range machine vision cameras.
Machine vision as a subset of computer science has been around for more than 20 years.
Since its adoption in 2006, the GigE Vision standard has become a favorite of the machine vision industry, growing to more than 30% of units sold annually, according to data compiled by the Automated Imaging Association.
Frame grabbers were developed in the early days of machine vision to provide a connection from analog cameras providing NTSC and PAL output signals to minicomputers requiring digital signals placed directly on data buses for digital memory storage.
Collaboration with customers, aggressive miniaturization, and advanced part qualification have earned this micro stamping component supplier the title of 2013 Quality Plant of Year.
Delegating and nodding in agreement is not the way to get things done.
There’s nothing quite as exciting as diving for the E-Stop button when your computer numerical control (CNC) measuring system takes off at high speed in the wrong direction.
In today’s demanding manufacturing environment, it is vital that all of your threaded parts are properly inspected with the correct types of thread gages.
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