The structured light 3D reconstruction systems instead give us the possibility of reconstructing a cloud of points even with detailed resolution (precision even lower than the tenth of a millimeter), without the need to move the object as instead necessary by 3D laser blade scanners.
The 3D data are then processed by specially developed software. The analyzes performed may vary between volume calculations, dimensional checks, curvature measurements, bending angles, defect detection, etc.
The artificial vision systems drastically reduce the time for inspection and quality control allowing to speed up the production and increase profits.
With high resolution cameras, scanners and sensors it is possible to obtain high resolution measurements and controls with levels of detail unthinkable for a human operator.
The operator cannot always guarantee constant control due to distractions and fatigue. Furthermore, there is a component of subjectivity in the evaluation and the same piece may or may not be discarded by two different operators.
Quality checks are not always possible: either because the spaces are too narrow or because they are too dangerous. Vision systems are small in size and can also be applied in the most hostile environments.
Processing of statistics on number of wastes and types of defects to see problems related to the production line and understand which are the main problems in the production.
Saving the history of the images and the acquisitions of the pieces produced in order to validate or contest any non-conformities.
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