Multiple cameras ensure engine-cover integrity

Budd, Gerald W.
February 2005
Vision Systems Design;Feb2005, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p29
Focuses on the use of the Phoenix Imaging automated visual inspection system for examining automotive engine parts manufactured by Uni Boring. Capacity of the system to accurately measure the size of imperfections in the engine parts; Capability of the technology to detect porosity defects; Other imaging technologies included in the system.


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