Control 2017 Premier for the digital 3D video-inspection system
SAC Sirius Advanced Cybernetics will present its new Ma-Xee 3D, a digital 3D video inspection system, at Control.
Magnifying glasses and stereomicroscopes in various forms are an integral part of quality assurance and are used to support fine-grained work. Digitisation has, however, also been introduced here. Digital video inspection systems are also on the rise and live images captured by a digital camera and magnified on a monitor to enable work to be done sitting in front of the monitor. So far, the image acquisition and display on the monitor are limited to 2D. This makes it impossible or at least very difficult to do fine work under the camera that requires spatial coordination or the detection of defects in 3D. Occasionally presented PC-based constructions have the problem that the combination PC / monitor only allows a time-delayed representation of the camera image. Precise and working fast under the camera is thus not possible. Ma-Xee 3D now provides a solution for this.
According to SAC, this compact system comes without a PC. The image is displayed in good 3D quality without delay to provide orking space and allow relaxed work with an unobstructed view of the monitor. This is relevant in sectors where fine work or high-throughput visual inspection tasks have to be carried out at manual workstations. In addition to ergonomics, Ma-Xee 3D can freeze, store or process the monitor content at any time at the push of a button. This makes the documentation of work results, commenting and forwarding of the images to a PC, to the network or to the Internet easy and fast. SAC says this system closes the 3D gap in the field of digital video inspection systems.
SAC will be i n hall 6, booth 6410.