Visions Systems

Using the latest Omron FH Series Machine Vision System our AIS FH range of Inspection Machines allows our customers to qualify their components for defects, dimensional tolerances, colour, pattern and shape.

The system has been integrated with a Zebra ZT410 600dpi Printer. Through a bespoke software interface, the printer produces an individual product EAN/Barcode label once the component has been checked and qualified.

The rotary platform on the standard machine allows for components up 500mm in length x 250mm wide to be inspected. The AI-FH Vision System has been designed to provide a standard machine platform that can be used to inspect a wide range of components with the automotive, packaging, electronics and manufacturing industries. Using the latest Omron.

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Our range of vision machine are

  • AFB-S1            

Bench-top machine, manually loaded. Low volume

  • AFS-S2

Semiautomatic machine, mid range volumes manually loaded. 2 jig system allows part to be loaded when second part is being inspected

  • AF/UR-S3        

Collaborative robot based system for larger parts, with camera system mounted to Universal UR Robot arm. Fully integrated with PLC control.

  • AF/AL-S4              

Automatically loads and loads parts into machine from matrix tray. High volumes.

Vision Drives Quality

Vision can benefit the entire supply chain from parts and components, including major subsystems to manufacturing itself. This sector is one of the most demanding in terms of product quality and aversion to component failures. The ability of vision to both measure and classify helps the modern quality inspection approach of differentiating between critical and non-critical defects – those that affect the functionality of the object and those that do not. Although the integration of vision technology into complex 24/7 manufacturing processes can pose many practical challenges, the return on investment timescales for industrial vision systems are very short, especially when the costs associated with product recalls is taken into consideration.