Potential for Industrial 3D Camera Inspection
3D cameras have a wide range of industrial applications, and their core functions include measurement, detection, identification, and positioning. The industry chain can be divided into the upstream component-level market, the midstream system integration/complete machine equipment market, and the downstream application market. In the upstream of machine vision, there are light sources, lenses, industrial cameras, image capture cards and other accessories providers, and in the midstream there are integrated and complete machine equipment providers. Agriculture, medicine, textile and transportation, etc.
Defect detection is a very common scene in industrial 3D camera applications. The application of 3D cameras can detect various information on the surface of the product. In modern industrial automation production, each process in continuous mass production has a certain rate of defective products. Although the rate is small when viewed alone, it becomes a bottleneck for enterprises to improve the yield when multiplied, and after a complete process The cost of rejecting defective products will be much higher (for example, if there is a positioning deviation in the solder paste printing process, and the problem is not discovered until the in-line test after chip placement, the cost of rework will be more than 100 times the original cost), Therefore, timely detection and rejection of defective products are very important for quality control and cost control, and are also an important cornerstone for further upgrading of the manufacturing industry. In inspection operations, machine vision has absolute advantages over human vision.