Vision systems

Our Know How

Image of joints over a beltDirty belts, wet parts, irregular boundaries, presence of machining residuals, bad illumination, difficult set-up, interlocking problems: today all these issues are no more a problem and it is possible to ride over them with our solutions based on the state-of-the-art technology. 

The use of advanced artificial vision technologies, both 2D and 3D, allows to correctly identificate and pick-up the parts even in unfavourable conditions, like a dirty belt or a conveyor similar to the part to be processed.

We are able to provide any kind of solution, from the small artificial vision system to the big full-automatic line, by using sensors and cameras for measuring, analyzing and, where necessary, certifying the production.

It is also possible to verify the correct assembly of the internal parts of a product, detecting those ones missing or placed in a wrong position, and make measurements (within the limits of the object's detection). 

Our After-Sale Service will assure the reliability of the system over the time, quickly responding to help, give suggestions and solve the problems.

Control of O-Ring Insertion

Control of correct O-ring insertionThe artificial vision is applied in this case to check if two O-rings have been correctly mounted over a pneumatic quick connector.

The clamp that holds the piece makes a 180° rotation in order to allow the acquisition of the images.

This station is part of an automatic assembly line having a cycle time of 5 seconds. 


Robot's Driving System for Joints Handling

Robot's driving system for joints handlingThis system is installed within a robotized cell that makes an O-Ring insertion and a laser marking on steel joints, having a cycle time of 10 seconds.

The artificial vision is used to recognize the joint (the cell processes straight and bowed joints, with different diameters and radius of curvature), so that the robot could pick-up the joint, make the passage through the O-ring insertion station and finally place it on the pallet of a linear transfer. 

Control of Pin Insertion

Image of the pin inserted on the rotating shaftThis station is part of an automatic assembly line for electric fans having a cycle time of 12 seconds.

The artificial vision is used to check if a pin has been correctly inserted into the rotating shaft.



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