This paper aims to use 3D laser sensors to collect high‐density data that are required for defect detection and localization at high‐production rates in manufacturing facilities.
The high‐speed sensors use Ethernet communications to transport large amounts of data and resolve any synchronization issues.
Modern laser sensor technology provides the ability to detect and quantify defects in high‐volume manufacturing, wherever defects are located. Laser line sensors provide high speed, high‐density data for full surface inspection. Synchronization and communications issues are simplified by the FireSync™ platform, making system integration straightforward, and maximizing reliability.
This paper provides detailed 3D data at high speed and uses multiple (binocular) scanners to overcome problems of occlusion.
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