Manufacturers of precision parts have long faced the challenge of being forced to use microscopes to produce their products. A major medical device manufacturer wanted to enhance their process through the use of a vision system replacement. Click "Documentation" to download the whitepaper on Sensors' solution to their application!
A large university was trying to conduct riverbed research. The objective of their application was to be able to measure the topography of the silt on the bottom of a river, and study how it changed over time. Ultimately, the university would like to have a clean 3D image of the riverbed floor. The challenge the university faced was finding a device that would be able to give them accurate measurements of the river bed in 3D, quickly, with a high number of data points. Needing to consult with experienced vision experts to find the right product, they brought their application to Sensors Incorporated. Click "Documentation" for the complete PDF!
By detecting problems as far upstream as possible, Sensors Incorporated minimizes the costs of reworking parts outside of the system.
Detecting a product label is a common application in automation. That effort can be made more difficult as the demand for attractive packaging results in inconsistent shapes and colors. In those situations, our experience leads to unique solutions.
Retro-fitting an older machine with new controls should do more than just keep it running. This is an example of the newer technology increasing throughput and minimizing downtime and waste.
Labels and marks that are easily detectable but do not detract from the attractiveness of the product packaging are possible when using luminescence.
A local medical technology company found a re-occurring issue with their production process. As they manufactured their tube devices, they would experience stresses in the sheathing, which could later result in tears and breakages. To solve their production problem, they turned to the experts at Sensors Incorporated and Sensors Integration.
Many applications require some customization to make them the ideal solution. The Portable Pressure Alarm was designed to help a customer improve the changeover process and minimize potential waste and damage.
Sensors Inc. does an excellent job of not just specifying the best sensor, but the best combination of performance, accessories, and cost.
Designing a safety system for a robotic work cell can be complicated and challenging. Sensors Inc. does an excellent job of breaking down the individual points of safety, providing the most efficient equipment, and recommending a topology for the best performance.
A consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturer wanted to design a robotic work cell to improve productivity, however they faced a safety challenge. The CPG wanted to not only make the cell as safe as possible, but also improve the other more convoluted multiple relay, multiple circuit componentry they had used in the past. The cell needed to have two points accessible by forklifts, hard-guarding, multiple operator Emergency Stops and 2 doors for personnel access. To aid in their design, the CPG turned to the experts at Sensors Incorporated.
A Fortune 500 food manufacturer was facing a challenge: they needed to inspect the seal of their yogurt cup lids. To complicate matters, their marketing team was introducing a new 2mm shorter style cup that would help reduce production costs. Invariably this forced the lid inspection system to be adjustable to accommodate the changing cup heights. Having had success with Sensors Incorporated in the past , this large Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) company turned to Sensors again to design, prototype, test and integrate a wash-down rated system. Download the PDF whitepaper under "documentation" to read more!