A report on the Total Engineering and Manufacturing (TEAM) exhibition held at the NEC, Birmingham with a focus on vision and optical systems for inspection and measurement. New low cost and high speed smart cameras were introduced by DVT, who was “hidden” away within the Design Engineering Show area of TEAM. All other exhibits described fell within the Inspex exhibition area. Laser tracking for measuring large products was demonstrated by Leica and Faro. The latter company also launched a new small portable measuring arm at the show. Other companies showing portable arms included Romer, who had a new tube measuring systems, and Europac who had a first showing of component recognition software and 3D scanning. DEA Brown & Sharpe also exhibited a portable arm as well as a new CMM laser scanning system.
Sensor Review – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 2004
Keywords: Visual perception; Inspection; Lasers
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