Today, machine vision tools are used for inspection in multiple ways, from part selection and assembly verification to final inspection and tracking. Here are 4 ways machine visions system can benefit your facility.
Complex applications are often prone to error with the human eye. Machine vision systems significantly eliminates risk of misassembled products. A machine vision system built around the right camera resolution, optics and lighting can easily inspect object details too small to be seen by the human eye.
Machine Vision systems can improve speed and reduce scrap rate while scaling down the amount of labor needed to run equipment – this all leads to lower production costs.
In removing physical contact between a test system and the parts being tested, machine vision prevents part damage and eliminates the maintenance time and costs associated with wear and tear on mechanical components.
Machine vision brings additional safety and operational benefits by reducing human involvement in a manufacturing process. Moreover, it prevents human contamination of clean rooms and protects human workers from hazardous environments.
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