Sciotex is a leader in designing automated inspection systems. Our systems are machine vision based with custom software to solve complex inspection needs. Our machines are designed to operate at the highest speeds possible while maintaining inspection integrity. Our engineers and scientists are very efficient resulting in significant saving to our clients.
Conveyor-based automated quality inspection system that detects and classifies four different type defects on multiple sizes of products.
Defect inspection of fiber optic material during manufacturing on a draw tower. This high resolution system uses two line-scan cameras mounted …
Using advanced hardware and software, the Ball Coleman SeedView systems can measure leaf area, seedling height and chlorophyll levels all at the same time!
The Gasket Automated Inspection System (GIS) automates the inspection of gaskets for defects including excess flash, blisters, tears and under cure.
The Extrusion Visual Inspection System (EVIS) automates the inspection and defect analysis of long rectangular extrusions, either as 6 to 8 foot long pieces (offline mode) or as one continuous extrusion (inline mode).
Conveyor based system that detects defects in design and pattern of dish ware that is sent through it.
Identifies and quantifies defects in thin films. The system utilizes a high-resolution camera, zoom lens, and XYZ motion control, which allows for imaging over an extended area and for auto-focus control.
Measures the uniformity, size, and shape, as well as searches for defects in the plating of the connectors of electronic components. Each Unit Under Test (UUT) is compared to a known good part for that particular model number.
Size and location of multiple laser drilled hole patterns for holes drilled into both sides of medicine tablets which are inspected at a high speed on a conveyor belt.
Software allows for the tracking of the velocity and exposed area of colored tablets dispersed among white tablets to monitor the mixing process of tablets during manufacturing.
Checks small, glass, hollow core cylinders, used in fiber optic assemblies for a variety of defects, including blocked bore, cracks, and chips.
Quantifies defects on high quality mirrors using laser scattering and high resolution imaging.