This tool detects stains, flaws and other defects by comparing them against the surrounding shading level. In addition to high detection ability, the tool also features a function to only identify defects that you want to detect, by size, density, shape, and count.
This tool extracts a profile from the edges of a workpiece and recognises the sections that show a large difference from the profile as burrs or flaws. In addition to circles and straight lines, ovals and profiles with complex shapes consisting of free curves are supported, based on edge information of up to 5000 points.
The newly incorporated "Auto-Teach Inspection Tool" uses the image sensor to learn variations and individual differences that exist in the non-defective workpieces and recognises workpieces that differ from these as defective workpieces. These algorithms, which are unlimitedly close to the human sensation, eliminate unstable elements to successfully guide on-site inspection. Settings are performed just by running non-defective workpieces, and resolves the conventional need for high expertise and the complication of settings. This is an inspection tool that makes it possible for anyone to achieve and maintain the stable inspection.