Measure variations in substrate color, intensity or formation
Often it's difficult in high speed manufacturing to get good feedback on what you would consider obvious issues. Opacity measurement, color reflectivity in plastic film processing, textiles, coating variations for converters, formation analysis for non woven inspection and other visual measurements that change during a long run are not normally measured in real time and 100% inspection vision systems usually target defects that are visually obvious, ignoring the slow moving process issues that cost you dearly in the long run.
Block statistics enables a user to define a live grid analysis , using a number of statistical algorithms. If balanced and calibrated color cameras are feeding the tool, it is possible to map your product using CIE76 Delta-E. The user may define how large each block should be, how much the blocks should overlap, setup acceptable tolerances, warning and error limits. ImageFlow will provide the operator with a real time map of the measurements while storing data and images for subsequent analysis.
- A suite of statistical tools for each block, including intensity, color and formation analysis.
- Variable settings for warning and alarms.
- Supports color, monochrome and thermal images.
- Separate run time map on operator display showing run time variations using color codes.
- Can be run in parallel with standard surface inspection algorithms..
- Opacity measurement for plastic films
- Color measurement on plastic films, textiles, and nonwovens.
- Formation analysis
- Coating inspection
- Glue inspection
ImageFlow is completely configurable. There is no need for coding. ImageFlow is designed to take advantage of commercial multi threaded processors to enhance performance. It is a pipeline image processor so the inspection is optimized to run in real time and process large images.
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