Vision & Sensors

3-D Inspection Measures Up

Even for small mass-produced parts, it is worthwhile to use industrial image-processing systems to guarantee first-class quality.
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From the Editor: Vision for 2009

How’s business? In January 2009, this is definitely a loaded question.
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The Photoelectric Solution

Photoelectric sensors can still be a preferred sensing solution for vision.
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American Competitiveness Institute Chooses Vision Engineering and Pace for Training Center

NEW MILFORD, CT - American Competitiveness Institute (ACI) has chosen Vision Engineering’s (VE) Mantis to be used as the sole inspection equipment in its training facility. ACI has also chosen the
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Photoelectric Sensors

The PX Series photoelectric sensors have heads that carry an IP69K environmental rating, allowing them to be subjected to high pressure-1,400 pounds per square inch (psi)-washdown applications.

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Infrared Camera

The ThermaCAM GasFindIR HSX is an infrared camera for the detection of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

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Machine Vision Use Grows

The problem: verify and inspect wine labels after they have been glued onto the bottles. The solution: acquire images of the bottle’s entire surface and use the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) to process and analyze the images.
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Braintech Inc. to Open New Multi-Purpose Detroit-Area Office

MCLEAN, VA -- Braintech Inc. will continue a strategic reorganization when the company moves into a new Detroit-metro area office on Jan. 2, 2009 that will house its U.S. Engineering,
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Applied Vision Recognized As One of the Fastest Growing Companies in Northeast Ohio

AKRON, OH - Applied Vision Corp., a provider of machine vision inspection systems for the container manufacturing industry, was recently honored with the Weatherhead 100 award as one of the
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Firstsight Vision Changes Name to Stemmer Imaging

SURREY, UNITED KINGDOM - From January 1st, 2009, Firstsight Vision will be renamed Stemmer Imaging as part of a rationalization of the Stemmer Imaging Group's activities throughout Europe, which will
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Charles J. Hellier has been active in the technology of nondestructive testing and related quality and inspection fields since 1957. Here he talks with Quality's managing editor, Michelle Bangert, about the importance of training.
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