Automatic visual inspection machines speed up the inspection process, and they’re more accurate than human eyes when it comes to fast-moving industrial processes and tiny parts. For large batches, inspections can save your staff a ton of time when done by automatic machines.
We’ll go over reasons why electronics need precise automatic visual inspection machines.
Better Quality Control
Small parts in electronics must be precise because one wayward circuit can make an entire device malfunction. And your staff doesn’t have time to troubleshoot one small part among hundreds or thousands in a finished product.
Automatic visual inspection machines validate the dimensions, alignment, and orientation of electronic parts. Not only does this deliver more accurate results, but it also helps you produce standard parts while reducing failures and scrap rates.
Improved Customer Satisfaction
Electronics can malfunction along several points. When fewer of your products malfunction, it fosters better customer satisfaction, and your brand’s reputation improves. With an improved reputation for quality, more sales may occur. Steady growth leads to long-term profitability and company survival.
Lower Labor Costs
Humans can only see so many small parts moving quickly along a production line. And having more humans on the line increases your labor costs. Automatic visual inspection machines can do the work of several humans in less time.
Visual inspection machines don’t call in sick. They require one person to oversee and continually improve through artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Thanks to automatic visual inspection machines, your teams produce more accurate batches, which allows your team to optimize costs per part and per batch, giving you an advantage over the competition. Accurate cost optimization lets you set appropriate pricing and staffing levels.
Find All Defects
Human eyes might only be able to see one or two defects. Automatic visual inspection machines can detect a dozen defects at once from the orientation, alignment, and dimensions of small parts. For example, a small washer is bent on the side. But human eyes can’t see that when the part is flying past on a flat conveyor. When dimensions are measured in millimeters, human eyes can’t necessarily see that one washer is too big or small.
Improved Machine Vision Inspections
Automatic visual inspection machines have bright illumination, digital imagery, and artificial intelligence combine to have several orders of magnitude fewer mistakes compared to human eyes. Deep learning inspections can improve accuracy compared to ordinary machine learning thanks to a neural network that compiles information from several data points, not just the visual inspection module.
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