360 Degree Surface Inspection

360 Degree Surface Inspection2019-10-24T11:39:31-05:00

Project Description

Our machine vision solutions offer 100% inspection, automatic rejection and the ability to classify, quantify and log defects in real-time. We use color, 3D, or thermal hardware to measure visual and non-visual properties of your product.
BaleGuard Case Study Machine VisionOne of the world’s largest synthetic rubber producers came to ProSensus with customer-identified quality challenges.

It was clear that both the human inspectors and the 2-camera inspection systems used in the company’s plants weren’t catching the problems.

ProSensus designed sensitive new algorithms for the rubber inspection process and, with our optics partner, installed a 6-camera system.

Project Details

Client:Leading Rubber Manufacturer
Industry:Manufacturing
Prepared By:Jamal Alli

The Result

A system that detects minute defects and foreign matter (even orange ear plugs), triggers product rejection when defects reach a predetermined threshold, and alerts operators to potential upstream issues—all while the line is still running.

Better yet, a multivariate model of the upstream process conditions against the defect levels detected by the vision system enabled the root cause of defect problems to be identified and addressed.

The vision system has become not simply a last-line-of-defence for product quality but also an active quality feedback tool for monitoring and control of the process.

 

Case Studies
Multi-Camera Machine Vision for Food Safety
Several of ProSensus' recent custom machine vision installations in the foods industry have included both color and thermal cameras. The digital images obtained from this combination of cameras provide numerous measurements that can be used to accomplish a variety of goals.
360 Degree Surface Inspection
One of the world's largest synthetic rubber producers came to ProSensus with customer-identified quality challenges. ProSensus designed sensitive new algorithms for the rubber inspection process and installed a 6-camera system to automatically detect defects.