Robots and vision assemble diagnostic devices

Wilson, Andrew
May 2004
Vision Systems Design;May2004, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p61
Provides information on the application of combined robots and vision automated systems for medical devices. Use of robots and vision systems for part feeding and automated assembly operations; Details on the operation of the automated assembly systems; Cost of the system.


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