New Gocator 3100 series from Stemmer

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Stemmer Imaging will be showing how the latest smart camera technology can benefit manufacturing industry at MACH 2014 (Birmingham NEC, 7-11 April).

On Stand 5959, Hall 5 will be the LMI Gocator series of smart 3D cameras and the BOA range of 2D smart cameras from Teledyne DALSA. These versatile, self-contained measurement systems will be complemented by a series of videos showing them in action in a variety of applications. The latest addition to Stemmer Imaging's portfolio of 3D smart measurement sensors is the new Gocator 3100 series of 3D smart snapshot sensors. Featuring an integral structured blue LED light projection illumination source with stereo scanning technology, they are suitable for a variety of non-contact, in-line inspection applications where objects must remain stationary. A set of volumetric and specific 3D feature measurement tools can be used in many inspection applications from automotive to reverse engineering. Specific measurement tools include rectangular opening, circular opening, slot, cylinder, threaded stud, corners, edges, and gap and flush. The BOA range of smart cameras includes the BOA, BOA Pro and BOA IDR models which can be used in a multitude of automated inspection applications. The BOA Pro has the Sherlock software on board, previously only available on PC-based systems. Sherlock provides a range of measurement and analysis tools complemented by pattern recognition tools for object alignment and robot guidance.