Paint inspection

The monitoring of painted objects is becoming increasingly important in the context of high quality requirements. Defect detection directly after the painting process as well as color measurement and color comparison at the incoming goods inspection are frequent measuring tasks, where high precision and repeatability are required.

Color recognition of kitchen fronts

In order to ensure consistent color of different front panels, color sensors from Micro-Epsilon are used. The sensors inspect the color of the kitchen fronts in the painting plant. Color sensors ensure ...

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Color inspection and sorting of supplier parts

Before installing front aprons, Micro-Epsilon color sensors check if the color of the attachment matches the body color. Different color groups can be defined to cover all coatings.

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Balancing of flight controls

When an aircraft is repainted, certain parts such as the rudder and elevator must be balanced in terms of center of gravity and weight distribution in order to ensure that the aircraft can still fly in ...

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Color measurement of liquid paint

Measuring the color of liquid paint is extremely complex. To date, paints have been typically applied on a test area first and then measured only after the drying process in order to achieve reliable measurement ...

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Fully automatic paint defect inspection of car bodies and attachments

For fully automatic defect detection on car bodies and attachments, the reflectCONTROL inspection system is used. The system projects a striped pattern onto the surface. Deviations caused by defect are recorded with two cameras and evaluated via software.

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