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The machine vision market continues to grow

Thursday 13th July, 2017

Recent research carried out by Grand View, indicates that they expect the global machine vision market to reach £14.85 billion by the year 2025. The growth in the market will be driven by the continued increase in automation across, a wide range of industries, Asia is seen as a key force behind this expansion. Asia and […]

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What can Machine Vision software do for your company?

Friday 30th June, 2017

The expectations of customers and the increasing requirements for quality control have grown in parallel with the advances in vision inspection systems. Automated vision systems are cost-effective and allow efficiencies and cost savings to be distributed more evenly across your business. Guide Finding a defect or fault is an essential task of solving any machine […]

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Advantages of an automated inspection system

Monday 19th June, 2017

The drive for higher productivity and better results within the manufacturing industry has highlighted the need for an improvement in production inspection. An automated inspection system can help enhance inspection and provide a consistent overview of the production line, identifying and classifying defects for future reference. Compared to manual inspection, automated inspection systems have the […]

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Increase throughput and production capacity

Tuesday 16th May, 2017

Shelton’s automated machine vision systems allow your business to increase throughput, line speeds and accuracy. Shelton produces error-proofing applications that can detect defects at the earliest possible stage resulting in the smallest amount of financial damage. Reduce the rejection rate Reducing a number of defects within the production process will have a positive impact on […]

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Apparel value chain

Thursday 11th May, 2017

Shelton can help you introduce an automated inspection system to your production line, which will help reduce costs within the apparel value chain, by reducing unnecessary cost looping within the process. The aim of our machine vision systems is to reduce the following targets: Cost looping – cost looping occurs when a cost is unnecessarily […]

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