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Review defects in real-time

Monday 8th April, 2019

In today’s highly competitive global market being able to review defects digitally will help you to make key decisions in real-time. The virtual cutting plan generated by Shelton’s WebSPECTOR system helps you get the most from each run. The commercial review of the defects takes place at the WebREVIEW station by the operator. The WebREVIEW […]

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Defect mapping solution

Monday 25th March, 2019

Shelton’s machine vision inspection systems have a real and measurable impact on your bottom line. Our high-speed cutting plan optimisation helps reduce cost and improves your overall yield. The WebOptimiser vision system enables multiple cut plan creation options to be performed on a virtual batch to determine the optimum cutting plan for any inspected batch. […]

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Product quality assurance

Thursday 7th March, 2019

Automated quality control can help your business grow by reducing your manual inspection costs. Our machine vision systems keep visual records which can be used and audited against your agreed performance levels. This helps reduce customer complaints and the associated costs. Our automated inspection systems help provide quality assurance for some of the world’s leading […]

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Pirelli develop surface inspection for tyres

Thursday 31st January, 2019

  Tyre manufacturer Pirelli have developed a surface inspection prototype to improve the production quality of their tyres. Tyres are made up of different layers and compounds, making the surface area difficult to inspect. The investment in automated technology was a worthwhile investment as it helps to retain their integrity as a global leader in […]

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Christmas Opening Hours – Shelton Vision

Friday 21st December, 2018

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the whole team at Shelton Vision. Opening hours over Christmas: Closed: Saturday the 22nd of December 2018. Open: Wednesday the 2nd of January 2019. A look back at events from 2018 Here are the exhibitions we have taken part in during 2018, more to come in 2019. […]

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