You still do random sampling? Imaging is better!
Today's quality requirements do not allow any other way! Random sampling is too inaccurate. Imaging, on the other hand, creates certainty due to continuous monitoring. Which is why the latest image-processing techniques including lasers are used.
The better a manufacturing process is automated, the faster and more efficient it becomes.
That, in turn, makes smooth monitoring processes more important than ever. Imaging is a key technology when it comes to quality control in automation. Cameras and optical sensors are used to inspect components and dimensional tolerances, identify assemblies and test for defects. Even shape and surface finish are checked.
Today's automated processes are carried out so quickly, and they only work because robots have learned to "see". Extremely high-speed and almost fault-free image processing systems work with lasers, especially when it comes to image-producing 3D measuring techniques. This is the only way to automatically recognize components and verify them with 100-percent accuracy. At the same time, comprehensive quality control is also carried out. Every part produced can be traced to its origin. All steps in the production process are displayed visually—despite operating at the highest speeds possible.
LASER World of PHOTONICS: The trade fair for laser-based imaging
Optical sensors and laser-based measuring and testing systems are now indispensible in industry, the skilled trades and science. They measure, recognize, identify and inspect: Everything is incorporated into dynamic processes and is fully automated. This is the only way to guarantee today's quality standards. Light is precise, fast, contact free and flexible, which makes it the perfect measuring tool.
Thus our question: Do you still take random samples? Or do you prefer comprehensive monitoring through imaging?
In that case, LASER WORLD of PHOTONICS, the world's leading trade fair for the laser and photonics industry, is exactly what you are looking for. All exhbitors who deal with imaging are gathered here. All potential applications are on display here, including the latest ideas in the Machine Vision Pavilion. This is the best place to get all the important information that you need and to make key contacts.
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