11 November 2010 Green inspection station
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As an effect of globalization, product parts are manufactured more and more in different places. Due to the manufacturing processes, (sub-) products are being transported back and forth and rearranged until they can finally reach the consumer. Not only the environment is increasingly burdened, but also the natural resources are wasted increasingly thoughtless. One reason is certainly because for decades the industry has had only an inflexible concept for the inspection of (sub-) products, which cannot be easily adapted to changes in product layout, for example one robot with one sensor or one rigid structure with a fixed number of sensors for one specific inspection task. This rigid approach is unsuitable for the inspection of variant products. For these reasons, a new concept for 2D and 3D metric and logical quality monitoring with a more accurate, flexible, economical and efficient inspection station has been developed and tested in IOSB.
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Chen-Ko Sung, Chen-Ko Sung, Andreas Jacubasch, Andreas Jacubasch, } "Green inspection station", Proc. SPIE 7855, Optical Metrology and Inspection for Industrial Applications, 785519 (11 November 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.870666; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.870666
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