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Newsletter Industrial Automation 02/2017

September 2017

Dear readers,

VIRO WSI reliably detects the smallest weld seam defects-even those that are so well hidden. Thanks to our most recent developments, it is now possible to inspect even the finest laser seams round the clock in the production cycle, and make evaluating your inspection results even more efficient.

Happy reading from VITRONIC.

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Innovative HDR-HR sensor for inspecting laser seams

Laser seams are characterized by a very fast weld speed and very narrow seams. Along with the well-established HDR sensor for inspecting MIG/MAG seams, VITRONIC has now added an HDR-HR sensor to the VIRO WSI weld seam inspection system, which also inspects fine laser and brazed seams at 6m/min inline and with an exceptionally high degree of accuracy.

The most common applications are large-scale bodywork production, tailored blanks, and battery production. The new sensor offers an extremely high resolution and is successfully used by renowned OEMs and suppliers. This automated inspection solution also boasts user-friendly, intuitive software.

For more information, visit our booth at SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN and consult with our sales representatives:
Dr. Peter Daniel peter.daniel(at)vitronic.com
Julian Martini julian.martini(at)vitronic.com

Efficient evaluation thanks to a collective database server

Archiving and evaluating inspection results from multiple inspection systems in one collective database is possible by connecting the inspection stations to a collective server. Depending on its size, it is also possible to archive component image data over a longer period of time.

This collective database can also be combined with visualization terminals for manual reworking-a combination that is especially essential if you want to visualize inspection results from various welding stations at one or more reworking stations. Depending on the size of the database server, up to seven inspection systems and four visualization stations can be connected.

High system and data security

A secure, central router is the only way to access data on the database server and the weld seam inspection systems that are connected. It is integrated as an option in the database server and is also used there as a hardware firewall. Upon request, it is possible to protect the individual inspection systems and visualization stations of the closed network with rigorous client hardening.

Schweissen & Schneiden 2017


The leading trade show, SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN, is just around the corner! Let our experts show you the benefits of VIRO WSI during a personal consultation at our booth. You will find us September 25-29, 2017 in Hall 13, Booth D15.

To schedule an appointment or for detailed information, click HERE

VITRONIC Dr.-Ing. Stein Bildverarbeitungssysteme GmbH

Hasengartenstraße 14
65189 Wiesbaden
Germany

Phone + 49 0611 7152 0
Fax + 49 0611 7152 133
www.vitronic.com
sales@vitronic.com

Management Board:

Dr.-Ing. Norbert Stein, Gerhard Bär, Dr. Heiko Frohn, Birgitt Stein, Matthias Pörner, Daniel Scholz-Stein
Court of Reg.: Wiesbaden, HRB Wiesbaden 6119
Editorial Staff: Daniel Scholz-Stein (V.i.S.d.P.)

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