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Guide hole detection during vehicle body assembly

Guide hole detection during vehicle body assembly

Using machine vision equipment to control a robot's position when mounting heavy parts.

The Pattern Search and multiple-point edge detection features of the XG Series enables flexible searches and support for many different types of workpieces and surface conditions.


Previously, detecting the positions of many different workpieces was the most difficult part of guide hole detection during vehicle body assembly and prevented the process from being automated. Using machine vision equipment makes automation possible.


  • 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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