The Vision System checks the orientation and quality of a product. It inspects the product for damage and determines how to handle it. A dedicated feeding system that automatically spaces the bottles can be added as an option.
The integration of high-end vision system can increase productivity or efficiency within the following industries:
Food & Beverage
Machining & Fabrication
Meat & Produce
Packaging & Palletising
Pharmaceuticals & Neuroceuticals
Plastics & Moulding
KEY FEATURES OF THE VISION SYSTEM
5” touch screen for operation and production information
20” Display and roller track ball for camera system control and setup
Light tower for status indication
Eject bottles using air blast
Independent floor mounted frame for stability
Central control via HMI
System safety interlocked and guarded as per Australian and New Zealand Standards
WHY INVEST IN A VISION SYSTEM
The high speed processing capability of a vision system, within an automated process, ensures high-level, repeatable results 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. High speed image input contributes to increasing throughput.
The characteristics of a high-end vision system include complex image processing algorithms and real-time, continuous data acquisition and analysis. The high resolution and sensitivity of high-end vision systems make them a real-world solution to manufacturing optimisation.
Common tasks performed by vision systems include:
Identification of flaws in manufactured items
Precise and accurate measurement of items
Location, recognition, sorting and counting of items
Correct positioning of items
From a production point of view there are 3 benefits of using high-end vision systems as part of an automated process:
Better quality control – defect-free products avoid product or lot returns, reduce overheads and increase brand image by identifying errors during the production process
Faster production line – reduces manufacturing costs and production times leading to greater productivity and increased profits
Fewer injuries – reduced repetitive or dangerous tasks lead to reduced work-related injuries
From a corporate point of view, there are two key benefits in using a high-end vision system:
Greater profits – increased quality control, reduced manufacturing and production times, all result in a higher return on investment (ROI)
Higher employee satisfaction – fewer injuries and boring repetitive or dangerous tasks improve employee retention and satisfaction
Mexx Engineering Pty Ltd was founded by Luis De Jesus on the 2nd October 2006. Its corporate office and factory are situated on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
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