LASER scanner for checking the profile of paper, cardboard and embossed products
Profile detection of printed or punched paper details with extraction of geometric or dimensional information
Measure of angles, distances, openings, positions to verify the correct execution of the workings or as preparation for welding and assembly operations
Comparison with the mathematical model for the determination of controlling shares
Applications on robotic islands, on Cartesian axes or on automatic assembly islands
3D laser scanning technique based on optical triangulation technology and the reconstruction of profiles with point clouds.
Systems for profile measurement through the detection of point clouds in 3 dimensions and consequent numerical processing of the maps. LASER technology allows to obtain very high precision even on complex objects and materials with different optical characteristics. A wide range of image processing systems and reconstruction techniques allow you to extract the desired dimensional and geometric information.
Measuring machine capable of detecting the width of paper sheets or layers without contact
of easily deformable material (polypropylene sheets for food use, paper
absorbent or filter, sheets of thin foam material). The system is capable of measuring
up to 10 sheets at the same time and is able to compensate automatically
any misalignment of the sample with respect to the measuring axis of the camera (in
this way the operator is not bound to the correct positioning of the sample on the
measurement table). The system is capable of measuring the samples under test and of
compare them with the theoretical values of the production specifications. All data is then transferred to the
production database for complete traceability of production batches. The system is
designed to work directly on the production line and is equipped with a
temperature and humidity for complete documentation of environmental conditions
during measurement cycles.
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