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LMI Gocator

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Stemmer Imaging is offering the LMI Gocator 3D smart camera, which can be used to image codes formed into the surface of moulded components, even when they are at varying heights.

Gocator line profiling sensors allow the measurement of surface topography and profile data of the component. The 3D point cloud (height map) from the Gocator can be used to inspect the dimensions (width, length and depth) and locations of the moulded characters. Codes and characters are colour coded according to their height allowing simultaneous display of characters at varying heights on the component surface.

Height map data can be analysed and read by interfacing the Gocator to either Sherlock or Common Vision Blox (CVB) software. Sherlock is a powerful machine vision software interface from Telydyne Dalsa. It can be applied to a wide variety of automated inspection applications and features a full range of reader identification tools, including 1D and 2D code reading and verification and optical character recognition.

Common Vision Blox is Stemmer Imaging's own software platform for quick and reliable vision application development. This fast, powerful and modular programming library supports all common acquisition technologies. CVB search and read tools provide optical character recognition, optical code verification and 1D and 2D code reading.

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