Melting control during additive manufacturing or welding process
Our infrared cameras have been designed for live control and monitoring during additive manufacturing or welding process.
Thanks to integrated image processing, you can control your manufacturing process conformity directly during the production process.
This system enables controlling the shape, the size, and the thermic as well as the potential projections that might occur during the production process. The user sets up the image processing beforehand and then plugs the camera on any kind of screen for a live display.
Using IR makes the control able in any kind of hard production environment (smoke/ dust).
For a data storage optimization, you have the option of saving only results from image processing.
Control of complex assembly
This solution was initially designed to automate the control of a complex assembly at the end of the production line.
The system is based on vision, robotics as well as the development of a specific HCI. Concretely, it includes robots with high resolution cameras that take a numerous amount of pictures of the complex assembly in a reduce amount of time and control different elements.
The HCI (Human Computer Interaction) is clear and easy to use. The system produces automatic inspection reports easy to read by an average user. The application is repeatable and endlessly enables the same image quality. Once integrated, the system is fully managed by the employees themselves: they are able to directly program and enter new specifications and precise points to detect.
It is a turnkey solution to control complex assembly.
Video projection for Assistance and Control of assembly
This system offers immediate help and assistance for assembling components. Thanks to an HMI developed specifically for this project, you can control and manage the conformity of assembled parts.
How does it work?
1- The video system guides your team to fix properly any kind of parts.
2- A high resolution camera observes the projection area. The system analyzes and recognizes specific elements. A step by step validation via a dedicated HMI enables the user to clearly certify if the part is correctly assembled.
Not only time saving, this systems makes both assistance and control possible in only one application.