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Automotive Product Finder Magazine | Automation firm OMRON offers 2D dimension and visual inspection machine
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OMRON Corporation has introduced industry's first VT-M121, a 2D dimension and visual inspection machine that performs dimension and visual inspection simultaneously to detect cracks on products.
VT-M121 demonstrates feasible full inspection to meet required quality standards of the automotive industry in full cooperation with SIIX Corporation and works to improve the production quality of electronics components to. Instead of the inspection process of the sampling inspection by operators, VT-M121 enables full inspection automatically in the production line and contributes to achieving ‘zero defect’ in automotive electronics which is one of the key requisites to maintain high quality and reliability.
Along with the progress in the development of automotive technology such as ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System), self-driving and EVs (electric vehicles), globally, the installation rates of important electrical safety components have been increasing, such as millimeter-wave radar to detect vehicles and pedestrians with wireless connection, LED headlamps, etc. However, these high-density and miniaturised automobile electric components require time to conduct their visual inspection. Therefore, their current inspection process is the sampling inspection in each unit. To improve the quality and reliability of these important safety components, full inspection based on automation is one of the dire needs of the industry.
2D Dimension And Visual Inspection Machine
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