The GI-100DT uses a series of front and backlit cameras to calculate a part’s height, profile, and inner and outer diameters.
Fasteners are critical components in engineered systems and structures, from aircraft to cars and trucks, to industrial machinery, and for the manufacturers that produce fasteners it is critical to inspect those parts to ensure zero defects, whether for safety, mission-critical performance, or to optimize the manufacturing process. Conventional methods to do this exist, including sorting mechanically for size, or hand sorting with optical comparators, and yet traditionally it has been ...
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