part detection

part detection

[′pärt di‚tek·shən]
(industrial engineering)
The recognition of parts and workpieces by a robot or a computer vision system.
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An initial part detection feature that detects missing or extra parts.
With patented part detection technology, Checker sensors are also able to detect and inspect over 6,000 parts per minute in varying positions along the production line.
With simple setup, integrated part detection, lighting, I/O and job change all in a rugged IP67 housing, Checker 3G is an easy, reliable and affordable way to verify all products or parts on the line.
These large ring sensors are appropriate for use in part detection through feeding and tube systems or parts ejection control.
The part detection system installed on each of Ryobi's HMCs used four block-style inductive proximity sensors--three to monitor the initial as-cast part for the first machining set-up, and one for the finishing-cut setup.
The Balluff BOS optical switch product range has been developed further with the introduction of the BOS18K laser sensor, which is particularly suitable for small part detection and applications where precise switching is required.
Krause uses Cognex vision sensors and vision systems for the following types of applications: ID-Code reading (PDF and 2D-Datamatrix), OCR/OCV, part detection, part inspection, part present check, assembly inspection and quality check.