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Part Manufacturing Inspection


 

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With detailed application illustrations and industry insights on how Gocator® 3D smart sensors are used to solve specific inline inspection applications.

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FactorySmart® Inline Inspection

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HIGH FACTORY IQ. DESIGNED FOR INLINE.
Use any browser to connect to a Gocator sensor

Factory Reality:

Complex and Time-Consuming System Setup


Gocator Solution:

Web-Enabled Technologies and Efficient All-in-One Design

  • Connect to a Gocator sensor with any web browser.
  • Generate scans of your object/feature with sophisticated control over triggering, exposure, resolution, part detection, and filtering/gap filling.
  • Built-in point-and-click measurement for full geometric gauging.
  • Ethernet/IP interface is built-in and communicates pass/fail decisions directly to factory equipment (robots, PLCs, or direct I/O).

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High speed point profiling

Factory Reality:

Fast-Moving Parts in an Inline Process


Gocator Solution:

High-Speed 3D Profiling


Built-in Profile Mode generates high-density 3D data by combining high-speed range data into a profile of the scanned part. This allows you to easily apply tools for dimensioning and inspecting object geometry.
 

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Anchoring and part matching

Factory Reality:

Part Shape and Position Variation in an Inline Process


Gocator Solution:

Achieve High Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility (GRR) with Anchoring and Part Matching

  • Built-in Anchoring tracks the movement of parts within the sensor’s field of view and corrects for variations in the height and position of parts.
  • Part Matching automatically performs realignment before applying Gocator’s built-in measurement tools––eliminating the need to mechanically realign parts.

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WHY YOU NEED 3D – GEOMETRY MEASUREMENT

Unlike 2D, 3D measurement produces geometry data that adds critical information to determine if a part meets key assembly,
fit and finish tolerances for pass/fail decision-making.
 

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