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Friday, October 20, 2017

Visual Inspection for Quality Control

Wanted a system for detecting: "missprinting cartons reject" in production - Message: pls give me help about mention subject.

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You can scan the manufactured objects with a camera connected to computer USB. Then compare the scans got with a reference standard. Apply a tolerance for acceptance or rejection. Based on the quantity of rejections improve process, till faults are within acceptable limits.

The scanned object must be in same position and same angle for proper results. This depend on some guiding system in conveyor to make object position properly.

Machine vision (MV) is the technology and methods used to provide imaging-based automatic inspection and analysis for such applications as automatic inspection, process control, and robot guidance, usually in industry.

Machine vision is a term encompassing a large number of technologies, software and hardware products, integrated systems, actions, methods and expertise.

Machine-Vision in Genomics Research

A novel machine-vision-based facility for the a.utomatic evaluation of yield-related traits in rice.

Machine-Vision in Genomics Research

The evaluation of yield-related traits is an essential step in rice breeding, genetic research and functional genomics research. A new, automatic, and labor-free facility to automatically thresh rice panicles, evaluate rice yield traits, and subsequently pack filled spikelets is presented in this paper.

Details of the inspection unit. The inspection unit consisted mainly of a three-stage conveyor, two line-scan cameras, two LED light sources, a wind separator and an unfilled spikelet outlet.

Inside the Box Winn Hard

Machine-vision system validates barcodes on packages within carton. The cameras take images of the open shipping container, locate individual packages inside, and then locate the product labels on the individual packages. The information along with images for archive and audit is returned via Ethernet to the Numina Group’s Carton Audit and Validation System (CAVS).