Packaging & Logistics - Machine Vision Applications

Packaging & Logistics - Machine Vision Applications

Presense/Absence Candy Cane inspection

Customer requests the inspection of completed candy cane boxes to ensure that the box is full and that the proper sticker/label is on the front of the box.

Ink Printed Lot/Date Code on Pudding Cups

Check for the presence of black ink jet printing on the exterior of white and clear pudding cups with multiple colored puddings already in the cup.

Palletizing/Packaging – Pick & Place

The goal of this application is to properly illuminate packaged cases of canned and bottled products so that a robot may properly pick up the item and place it correctly on a pallet.

Water Bottle Cap, Seal and Fill Inspection

The subject of this application is to inspect multiple objectives on a bottled water product. The inspection includes the, presence of the bottle cap, the proper application of the bottle cap, the safety seal, and fill level.

Water Bottle Lot Code Inspection

The subject of this application is a bottled water product. The inspection includes the verification of an ink based lot & date code printed on the side of an angled and curved plastic surface.

Surface Defects Plastic Bottle

Inspection of plastic quart sized motor oil bottles for streak defects. The goal of this application is to image the bottles clearly to determine if there are any streak defects.

Robotic Pick and Place Case Packing System

The subject of this application is to offers manufacturers a clean-sheet approach to case packing with the capability to pack pouches in the latest shelf-ready cases as well as traditional interleaved shippers.

Pharmaceutical Packaging Light Provides all Axis Illumination for Blister Packaging Line

The goal of the application is to find a light architecture that would provide a completely even light approach from all axes for the packaging line scan cameras. The products come in a variety of colors and product formats such as two color capsule, single color capsule, transparent gel capsules, semi-transparent gel capsules, round tablets, oval tablets, and more. These products are packaged on multiple blister packaging lines that handle a myriad of package formats such as flat foil, pocketed foil, lined foil, cardboard, paper.