Automotive Industry - Machine Vision Applications
The goal of the application is to identify the presence or absence of various features on an automobile head liner and attempt to verify the complete assembly and ensure that all parts are present.
The goal of the application is to detect the presence or absence of notches on the top of a pinion gear shaft. The end of the pinion shaft is highly reflective bare metal. This is used as an advantage to present a high level of brightness on the end of the shaft and darken the sides maximizing contrast.
The goal of this inspection is the verification of the 2D dot peened data matrix code. The code is located on a ring gear assembly located inside the gear housing.
Goal was to come up with a solution that can read a large percentage of Direct Part Marked 2D codes. Having a single solution allows our customers to have repeatable results and a common setup and components.
Inspection of the part to ensure the UV Primer is present.
Inspection of the part to ensure the tabs have been bent over correctly.
Inspection of the part to ensure the bead is present.
Inspection of the part to ensure the insert has been fully seated.
Inspection of part to ensure the company's name is present.
Inspection of part to ensure the part is within specification. Specification include: ensuring the 2D mark is present, the holes are free of broken taps, the proper holes are threaded, the part has been broached and the broach is correct as well as ensure the second part has been ground.
Customer requests inspection of part to ensure the black tabs are bent over, customer also requests inspecting for the brass clips to be present.