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SCL, ML series, and Quazar systems

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Boulder Imaging has released new products for metrology, surface detection and high-performance digital recording. The SCL surface inspection series is a fully automated computer-based defect classification system for automotive and performance coatings. SCL systems are capable of processing coated or uncoated panels of various sizes from 4 x 12 inches up to 24 x 24 inches.

The SCL series system automatically scans a coated panel and detects and classifies multiple defects and contaminants, ranging from craters, solvent pop and pigment seeds, to dirt and fibre.

Boulder’s ML series is designed to measure multiple high-precision, 2D flat parts extremely quickly. A part can be imaged and evaluated down to micron-level precision and reported for statistical process control (SPC) automatically in seconds.

Finally, the company’s Quazar is a high-performance digital video recording, processing, and analysis solution that makes engineering and scientific observation, measurement, and review of critical events possible in real-time. Designed with a flexible and extensive plug-in architecture, Quazar supports a wide range of optional modules for image processing, as well as for machine vision applications.

The enhanced 64-bit Quazar system now supports high burst image acquisition from multiple cameras, multicast GigE Vision streaming and viewing, enhanced remote control API and simultaneous data acquisition, and high speed data offload.

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