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Checking workpiece seating in hot-forging dies

Checking workpiece seating in hot-forging dies

Automatically checking workpiece die seating during hot forging processes.

1. Since the workpieces are red-hot metal, they are affected by infrared which makes them appear blurry when photographed by a monochrome camera. The XG Series uses a color cameras to capture a clear, good-contrast image. 2. Previous methods of performing this inspection relied on the perceptions of the human operators to do the work. Using megapixel cameras provides high-precision measurement in order to do accurate inspections for misalignment.

Benefit

Since press cycles are between 3 and 5 seconds, the operator previously had to check the workpieces continuously and sometimes mistakes occurred. Using machine vision equipment ensures stable inspection, and reduces the number of workers needed.

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  • Offering a lineup of up to 21 megapixel area cameras and 8K line scan cameras, the XG Series contains powerful vision system technology providing flexibility and power to solve a wide range of applications.

  • The XG Series offers programming directly with the controller or advanced programming using the optional Vision Editor development software.

  • High Performance, Icon-driven system with easy-to-use tools for simple setup by any user.

  • The CV-5000 Series has the largest number of camera types for its class, letting you select the optimum camera for a wide range of applications.

  • Providing the ultimate flexibility with a wide variety of camera choices using the industry's highest-performance image processing engine.

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