3/15/2001

Inspection For High Volume Cylindrical Parts--General Inspection

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The company will be highlighting its Laser General V-100 Quantifier. The Laser General V-100 is said to be the first quantitative 100 percent inspection system for high volume cylindrical part manufactures. New tilt head laser technology, split laser beam and three-wire modeling of threads all result in one of the m

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The company will be highlighting its Laser General V-100 Quantifier. The Laser General V-100 is said to be the first quantitative 100 percent inspection system for high volume cylindrical part manufactures. New tilt head laser technology, split laser beam and three-wire modeling of threads all result in one of the most advanced inspection/sorting machines available, the company says. In one pass it measures entire parts to print specifications at rates of up to 300 per minute. It uses sensors to provide quantitative measurements for defect detection. The Vision Sensor is used to detect internal and recessed features such as internal thread and internal chips. The Acoustic Sensor uses sound waves to detect differences in shape characteristics such as bent parts, missing internal and external threads, length/diameter variations, missing features and chips on the inside. The Eddy-Current Sensor uses an electromagnetic force-field to detect cracks, heat treatment variations, plating defects and material mix.
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