Chapter 9. Machine Vision in Manufacturing

  1. Prof. Dr. Alexander Hornberg
  1. Dr.-Ing. Peter Waszkewitz

Published Online: 23 JAN 2007

DOI: 10.1002/9783527610136.ch9

Handbook of Machine Vision

Handbook of Machine Vision

How to Cite

Waszkewitz, P. (2006) Machine Vision in Manufacturing, in Handbook of Machine Vision (ed A. Hornberg), Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, Germany. doi: 10.1002/9783527610136.ch9

Editor Information

  1. Hochschule Esslingen, FB Mechatronik u. Eletrotechnik, Germany

Author Information

  1. Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 23 JAN 2007
  2. Published Print: 6 JUL 2006

ISBN Information

Print ISBN: 9783527405848

Online ISBN: 9783527610136

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Keywords:

  • machine vision in manufacturing;
  • application categories;
  • system categories;
  • sensors;
  • integration and interfaces;
  • mechanical interfaces;
  • electrical interfaces;
  • information interfaces;
  • temporal interfaces;
  • human–machine interfaces;
  • industrial case studies

Summary

This chapter contains sections titled:

  • Introduction

  • Application Categories

    • Types of Tasks

    • Types of Production

      • Discrete Unit Production Versus Continuous Flow

    • Types of Evaluations

    • Value-Adding Machine Vision

  • System Categories

    • Common Types of Systems

    • Sensors

    • Vision Sensors

    • Compact Systems

    • Vision Controllers

    • PC-Based Systems

    • Summary

  • Integration and Interfaces

  • Mechanical Interfaces

    • Dimensions and Fixation

    • Working Distances

    • Position Tolerances

    • Forced Constraints

    • Additional Sensor Requirements

    • Additional Motion Requirements

    • Environmental Conditions

    • Reproducibility

    • Gauge Capability

  • Electrical Interfaces

    • Wiring and Movement

    • Power Supply

    • Internal Data Connections

    • External Data Connections

  • Information Interfaces

    • Interfaces and Standardization

    • Traceability

    • Types of Data and Data Transport

    • Control Signals

    • Result and Parameter Data

    • Mass Data

    • Digital I/O

    • Field Bus

    • Serial Interfaces

    • Network

    • Files

    • Time and Integrity Considerations

  • Temporal Interfaces

    • Discrete Motion Production

    • Continuous Motion Production

    • Line-Scan Processing

  • Human–Machine Interfaces

    • Interfaces for Engineering Vision Systems

    • Runtime Interface

    • Remote Maintenance

    • Offline Setup

  • Industrial Case Studies

    • Glue Check under UV Light

      • Solution

    • Completeness Check

    • Multiple Position and Completeness Check

    • Pin Type Verification

    • Robot Guidance

    • Type and Result Data Management

  • Constraints and Conditions

    • Inspection Task Requirements

    • Circumstantial Requirements

    • Limits and Prospects