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Complex Machine Vision System for Quality Control

18 October, 2019

Further Details: http://www.industrialvision.co.uk In this highly complex machine vision system Industrial Vision Systems Ltd have designed and built a machine with three high resolution digital cameras and two linescan digital cameras (one color, one mono), combined with multiple LED lighting arrangements to provide inspection of 96 medical device wells inspected in 4 inspection zones with a cycle time of 96 parts every 3 seconds. Therefore providing 100% inspection of 32 parts every second (1,920 parts per minute). The vision system is designed for high precision color verification, contamination inspection and surface inspection. The machine is a stainless steel structure including an internal servo controlled walking beam unit to allow the trays to be passed to each inspection position in sequence. The machine also includes 3 pick and place units to bring the products on and off the inspection system and to allow automated reject of bad wells. The complete vision system check routines were developed in the standard IVS software interface with the process views and control panel views using standard graphical elements. About Industrial Vision Systems Ltd Industrial Vision Systems Ltd (IVS) is a major supplier of machine vision solutions to industry. Our vision systems are used all over the world in automated production processes for inspection, guidance, identification, measurement, tracking and counting - in many diverse industries. Combining software expertise with application integration we offer a unique service in the machine vision industry - that of vision system manufacturer and vision system integrator - giving us unparalleled expertise and experience in vision technology for automated quality control. Our systems are some of the most innovative and advanced machine vision solutions on the market today, successfully deployed in thousands of systems around the world.

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