Robotic Vision Cell

Aug. 1, 2006
The Robotic Vision Cell acts as an inline inspection machine, capable of examining up to 150 component features in five seconds.

The vision cell is equipped with an articulating robot arm that pulls product off a conveyor feed line, presents it to a single or multiple camera viewing station, then returns the part to the assembly process or rejects it into containers segregated by error factors. A 5- or 6-axis robot features an automated tool changer for various parts, each programmed into the onboard PLC/HMI console. The cell can accommodate scalable payload capacities of 0-2kg, 2.5-5kg or 5-10kg.

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