Careful Pick & Place Handling
3D recognition for pick & place solutions
Together with Bertram Automation GmbH & Co. KG, Wente/Thiedig GmbH has designed a robot-guided scanning system specifically for determining the position and orientation of brake discs in heavy goods containers. For their customer in the automotive industry, the companies have now developed this system further and transferred the detection technology from the robot arm to a stationary system. In the new SKG500 scanning system, the embedded camera is installed in a fixed location and no longer in the gripper. This design significantly reduces mechanical stress.
High processing power in an ultra-compact design: VCSBC nano-RH
The tiny camera head measures only 18 mm x 24 mm and is connected to the CPU board via an optional 30 mm or 80 mm long cable. The image is captured by a global shutter CMOS sensor and delivers razor-sharp images even in extremely fast applications. The camera has a processor clocked at 700 MHz, a 32 MB Flash EPROM and 128 MB SDRAM RAM for processing the image data. Live image output can be done via the 100 MBit Ethernet interface, which supports free programming.
About Wente/Thiedig GmbH
Wente/Thiedig GmbH, founded in Braun-schweig in 1987, implements customer-specific image processing solutions for in-dustrial applications. If required, these can be modified or supplemented by in-house developments. Machine vision systems from Wente/Thiedig GmbH are primarily used in shape and pattern recognition, for example in quality control, in the automatic control and regulation of machine process-es and in the automation of measurement and control processes.
Careful Pick & Place handling
3D recognition for component-friendly pick & place solutions