CMOS camera checks automotive laser welds

Wilson, Andrew
June 2004
Vision Systems Design;Jun2004, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p35
Focuses on the development of automated welding inspection systems that provides analysis, reworking and remote diagnostic capabilities in automotive production. Functions of Souvis 5000, a personal computer-based machine-vision system developed by the Automotive Division of Soudronic; Imaging capability of MV-D1024 complementary metal oxide semiconductor camera from Photonfocus; Information provided by the microEnable III Camera link frame grabber software. INSET: features, advantages, benefits.


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