Laser Sorting System

The Gi-300 from General Inspection is an automated laser sorting system. Tilt-head laser technology, precision narrow laser beams, multi-laser velocity gauge, split laser beam and three wire modeling, with true system 22 thread measuring capability, are all features of this system and are used to measure lengths, diameters and tapers. The tilt-head laser automatically positions itself to the appropriate angle to remove cosine error.

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The Gi-300 from General Inspection is an automated laser sorting system. Tilt-head laser technology, precision narrow laser beams, multi-laser velocity gauge, split laser beam and three wire modeling, with true system 22 thread measuring capability, are all features of this system and are used to measure lengths, diameters and tapers.

The tilt-head laser automatically positions itself to the appropriate angle to remove cosine error. Time-saving software measures external features and easily scrolls across the screen to display every feature's details. A three-wire thread modeling technique is used to measure many thread characteristics on every part. The laser optics system with its narrow/split laser beam allows accurate proportions for small non-symmetric features. And the multi-laser array measures variations in the velocity of the part achieving extremely precise length measurements.

Eddy current and vision sensor options were added to detect defects such as missing internal features, broken recesses, cracks, heat-treat and plating variations.