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Optical inspection systems can be used to search for surface defects, count products as the come down the line, and to scan serial numbers. Optical inspection systems are capable of magnifying their vision multiple times and may catch imperfections and flaws indiscernible to the human eye. Read More…

Optical Inspection Systems Optical inspection systems are machine vision systems used to ensure quality in industrial settings.
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Avon, IN  |  317-272-2577

Decision Technology is a reliable, experienced provider of machine vision systems and related engineering, integration and services. Our cost-effective machine vision solutions cover a wide range of applications and technologies, and include complete turn-key systems as well as consulting.

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Decision Technology LLC $$$

Holland, MI  |  616-399-2168

At JR Automation, we have experience providing solutions for machine vision applications ranging from quality inspections, flexible-feeding systems, optical character recognition, to 3D scanning. No matter the size of your product, we have the proven expertise to develop solutions that can meet our customer demands, and remain at the forefront of automation technologies.

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JR Automation Technologies, LLC $$$

Hackensack, NJ  |  866-447-6987

Our digital microscope vision system is for maximum inspection and is one of the machine vision systems we offer. The testing, inspection and measurement equipment offered allows the user a view at the highest power available at different angles. Optical 3-D microscopes are used for research applications.

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Hirox-USA, Inc. $$$

Shelton, CT  |  203-298-0731

Our specialty is in laser and CCD camera machine vision inspection systems to monitor visual defects and detect pattern recognition. Our machine vision products serve the display, coated paper, glass, metals, photosensitive and plastic films industries for their flat, uniformly structured products. Dark Field Technologies is acclaimed for its innovative laser & camera metrology systems.

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Dark Field Technologies $$$

Minneapolis, MN  |  800-809-7043

Our machine vision systems are used around the world in millions of applications. We believe in creating products that work, and our customers trust us to create innovative and effective designs they can rely on. You will find that we face even the most difficult challenges with ease. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you!

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Banner Engineering Corp. $$$
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Optical inspection systems can inspect at a much higher rate than human eyes and are more precise and consistent than the human workforce that they often replace. Optical inspection systems are an inexpensive substitute for manpower and can be run constantly, twenty-four hours a day. Unlike like humans these devices will also never have eyestrain or lose track of a product.

These devices are ideal for inspecting printed circuit boards as optical inspection systems can quickly scan the product for flaws. Optical inspection systems come in a variety of different types including vision systems, optical sorting systems, vision sensors, CCD cameras, laser inspection, magnetic imaging, robotic vision and much more.




Computer vision relies on digital cameras and pattern recognition software. Although machine vision has improved significantly in the past few years, computers are still incapable of the same kind of adaptable vision as humans. For this reason, optical inspection systems are usually programmed to fulfill those assignments that require consistent repetition of the same task. One major benefit of this highly advanced technology is the fact that these devices can be customized to meet a range of requirements for a particular application or facility.