Industrial Cameras / Optical Analysis
The modern approach to this problem is to include optical quality control among monitoring mechanisms. This allows quick and objective output monitoring and stable production results.
Camera systems are being used in applications that earlier used subjective human assessment, for example monitoring the quality of moulded parts in the automotive sector, detecting surface and interior defects in transparent optical components, or detecting defects in processes like welding or bonding.
Other uses and applications:
- Optical analysis and measurement of product quality
- Guidance during laser cutting or welding
- Reading information and codes from processes and subsequent reverse analysis
- Post-process assessment of weld quality
- Analysis of surface and interior defects
- Measurement and inspection of process parameters
- Evaluation of location and correct positioning
- Guidance during placement and handling
- Machine vision
- Definition of the “frame” and “0” in the milling process
- Optical measurement of distance and correct length
- Measurement of product roughness after milling, etc.
- Analysis of moulded part quality in the automotive sector
- Detecting surface and interior defects in transparent optical components
- Detecting defects in processes like welding or bonding