Part-marking verifies products

April 2004
Vision Systems Design;Apr2004, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p10
Features several marking technology used in the imaging and computer vision industry. Significance of a carbide-tipped stylus to precision controlled dot-peen equipment; Background on several marking technologies presented during various trade shows; Features of the Medusa 2-D data-matrix-code reader computer software from Absolute Vision Ltd.


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