Robot guidance speeds wheel-rim processing

February 2005
Vision Systems Design;Feb2005, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p9
Features the Object Recognition and Identification System from ISRA Vision Systems. Contribution of the robotic-positioning system to the improvement in wheel-rim processing; Importance of the technology to ensure precise assembly of aluminum wheel rims; Capacity of the system to compute data about the position, rotation, and type of rim to be processed.


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