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Textile cut plan optimisation

Monday 4th July, 2016

In today’s highly competitive global market, manufacturers face constant pressure to reduce costs, offer greater choice, and deliver products faster. Shelton Vision offer high speed cut plan optimisation that helps reduce costs and optimises your maximum yield. Traditionally large fabric inspection machines were used to locate defects during production. This allowed human inspectors to run fabrics […]

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Inspection system services for all industries

Monday 27th June, 2016

The benefits of our visual inspection systems can be applied to a range of industries. Machine vision technology increases yield, improves quality analysis and reduces resupply costs, all of these benefits allow you to retain existing customers and attract new ones. Here we look into three specific industries: Medical quality control Shelton Vision offer inspection system […]

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Shelton Vision attend Techtextil NA event in Atlanta

Friday 20th May, 2016

In May 2016 Shelton Vision alongside our agent Adaptive Control Inc. attended the Techtextil exhibition at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The event ran from the 3rd until the 5th of May 2016, with 519 exhibitors and over 7,000 pre-registered visitors. The main focus of the event was to shine a light […]

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Industrial cameras for the textile industry

Wednesday 18th May, 2016

Advanced automatic vision inspection systems, such as the Shelton WebSPECTOR, are based on continuously applying unique detection algorithms to the images of the product being conveyed past the vision camera, the results of which are tempered by a previously calculated reference of the normal textural appearance of the product. Industrial cameras image capturing The multiple […]

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Our in house defect analysis process

Monday 4th April, 2016

Understanding our customer’s individual requirements ensures a unique system specification is set. At the very beginning of the process we request defect samples from our customers. We use these samples to classify each type of defect that needs to be detected. This due diligence at the start of the process reduces time and costs while […]

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