Visual inspection machines are perfect for precision mechanics when small parts and minuscule apertures are required. If your item contains parts, it requires precision machining.
Discover how visual inspection machines for precision mechanics work for your small parts.
Automatic visual inspection machines from Doss USA measure exact specifications for items made of metal, aluminum, carbon steel, bronze, graphite, copper, carbon, glass, plastics, and more made from precision machining tools like lathes, milling machines, drill presses, CNC machines, and high-speed robotics.
Very Tight Tolerances Across Large Volumes
Precision machining can produce parts with tolerances as small as 0.0001 inches (0.00254 millimeters). It’s also a repeatable process from part to part due to computer control, allowing you to create large volumes of small parts.
The use of automatic visual inspection machines with robust software, memory, machine learning, and artificial intelligence is brought to bear when inspecting your small items.
Perfect Fit With Very Small Parts
The basis of precision machining is that very small parts have to fit together perfectly, so they function properly. Minute parts consistently push the envelope of engineering and machining with advances in materials science and industrial processes. As processes and materials evolve, so must the visual inspection of the parts. That’s why we utilize machine learning and artificial intelligence in our visual inspection systems.
What Automatic Visual Inspection Machines Look for With Precision Parts
Zehn is our highest form of automatic visual inspection. It combines a sorting machine with visual inspections for precision parts.
The multiple acquisition feature allows each camera to capture high-definition photos under any lighting conditions to inspect product geometries in three dimensions to see very small tolerances.
With a max frame field of 90 millimeters, your team can view a greater range of products than in the past.
For example, you can inspect tiny nuts and bolts coming across a conveyor. When they enter the automatic sorter, they go through the visual inspection element one at a time to be accepted or rejected. Then, once those small nuts and bolts are assembled in a larger part, your team can run through the assembly through Zehn’s cameras another time.
Another key element of visual inspection machines comes from etching. Let’s say your parts require identification. In addition to the dimensions, Zehn’s digital cameras will inspect etchings that identify part numbers for clarity.
With machine learning and artificial intelligence, your visual inspection process improves over time.
Test Us! We Offer World-Class Visual Inspection Machines
Reach out to Doss USA for more information on our world-class visual inspection systems that can help your teams process small parts and assemblies with precision machining. Contact our U.S. office at (734) 228-5992 today for more information.