Customizable 3D, full color, 360-degree Product Quality Inspection Solution that integrates seamlessly into existing production lines to measure multiple quality parameters at speeds of up to 100 objects per second. For advanced process control, each system is equipped with a conveyor, cameras selected for your specific application, and a choice of rejection options.
• Integrates seamlessly into existing production lines
• 100% inspection with rejection, up to 100 objects/second
• Variable speed inspection conveyor included
• Various rejection mechanism choices
• Supports multiple camera and lighting types
• Optional bottom and side cameras
• Generates production metrics (uptime, throughput, etc.)
• Customization available upon request
• Models available: IL-300 to IL-2000
The Sightline In-Line Vision Inspection Systems are turn-key solutions designed to be quickly installed into any new or existing production line to extract any combination of over 200 QA measurements, including color attributes of the bottom surface, from 100% of all products on the line at a throughput rate of up to 100 objects/second.
The In-Line Inspection Systems are the most customizable of the Vision Solutions from KPM Analytics. Our specialists will work with you to evaluate your requirements as well as your facility to design a system that meets all of your needs. In-Line systems are available in multiple widths and can be installed at various points in the line. Various camera options are available to accommodate almost any application and the system can be configured for a 360-degree inspection of your products.
Every Sightline In-Line system is capable of measuring over 200 different size, shape and color attributes for every product that passes through the system, including color attributes of the bottom surface. These measurements can then be used to provide real-time operator feedback and to ensure compliance with product specifications. All measurements can be viewed by operators in a variety of graphical and numerical formats. Product measurement data and raw images can also be stored automatically for future review and historical reporting.
Measurements for each object can be used to detect size, shape or color-based defects. Every defect is categorized and tracked using a user-defined name so that operators can quickly understand the source of any problems. Defective products can be automatically rejected from the product flow using an array of high-speed air jets that precisely remove the individual defective object.
In-Line systems are turn-key systems designed to be quickly installed into any new or existing production line. The small footprint and integrated, adjustable stand can fit into tight spaces with minimal modifications to existing conveyors, and no laning or spreading conveyors are required upstream of the system. To ensure longevity and easy maintenance, all of the components of the system are standard, off-the-shelf parts that are available from multiple suppliers, and no proprietary components are used in the system.
With a highly skilled in-house engineering team, KPM Analytics has the experience and capability to design a specific customized solution in a standard system to meet your inspection requirements. Customized designs, small mechanical footprints and special imaging techniques are all available, and additional conveyors before or after the system can be added to make the overall solution a perfect fit.
After products are fully inspected, and defective objects are rejected from the line, a bespoke Laning System can organize the random flow of good products into an organized, laned arrangement that is suitable for downstream packaging equipment. Laning systems can have anywhere from 1 to 10 lanes, and can be managed (i.e. equal counts in each lane) or unmanaged.
Sightline’s intuitive measura® software suite simplifies the inspection process every step of the way, from product set-up and real-time inspection, to process monitoring and quality analytics.
We have spent years developing a robust software platform that is fast, efficient and built entirely using ‘open-source’ imaging tools. These open-source algorithms include thousands of hours of testing by hundreds of different companies, including algorithms developed and test by Google and other major companies.