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Cutting plan optimisation for increased returns

Wednesday 30th November, 2016

An aim for most manufacturing companies is to reduce costs and increase output, Shelton’s machine vision systems allow this to happen. In the past, large fabric inspection machines were used to highlight defects during production. These slower speeds allowed human inspectors to check for defects. This process is slow and runs the risk of human […]

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Line scan cameras and continuous inspection

Wednesday 16th November, 2016

Line scan cameras are traditionally used when continuous materials need to be examined and analysed at high speeds. WebSPECTOR, Shelton Visions machine vision solution, uses multiple line scan cameras and a variety of illumination to enable a full range of defect detection. When inspecting materials at extremely high speeds during the manufacturing process, line scan […]

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Managing manufacturing defects

Monday 31st October, 2016

Shelton Vision apply high resolution defect detection to any surface, which allows our machine vision systems to detect the smallest of manufacturing defects at very high speeds. Generic inspection systems often have the following drawbacks: Low resolution images that don’t pick up on minute details such as cracks, tiny marks and other potential issues Generally, only one […]

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Unmatchable textile inspection

Monday 24th October, 2016

Shelton Vision delivers an automatic textile inspection solution that ensures maximum profit from each batch. The inspection process produces maximum yield, helps eliminate customer claims, provides data that can be used to improve efficiencies, and the knowledge to shape future decisions. Shelton’s machine vision real time classification and grading can be used to calculate the […]

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Automated vision inspection boosts profits

Thursday 29th September, 2016

Most, if not all types of business can benefit from an automated vision inspection system that improves the level of reliability and the profitability of inspection data. Bad quality can reflect on your company and harm future business. Bad quality essentially is a reflection of poor manufacturing processes and procedures; this doesn’t install faith in […]

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