See how others are using Microscan – Read about real manufacturers and laboratories around the world who have incorporated Microscan barcode reading, inspection, and verification technologies to achieve success in automation. Microscan technologies are proven to provide businesses with simple ways to significantly cut costs, enable complete production traceability, and ensure the accuracy of all products and processes.
In manual inspection processes, lack of precision, high risk of human error, and staffing and training costs greatly impede operational efficiency. To ensure fast and accurate inspection of apertures in their customer's digital camera housing, Foxconn Technology Group chose Microscan high-performance Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) cameras to replace manual inspectors and ensure accurate inspections within 0.01 mm.
With counterfeit product in the marketplace, manufacturers of quality electronics look to barcodes to enable part traceabilty. Innovar Systems Limited, Microscan Integrator, installs new equipment into their customer's inkjet application system to ensure not only that parts are marked and read, but that marks are verified against AIM DPM barcode quality standards for long-term legibility.
ISW GmbH, Microscan Vision Select Partner, designed a turnkey hardware/software solution for the pharmaceutical industry to specifically ensure accurate dimensions and fill levels of ampoules in production, using machine vision inspection with Microscan high-performance Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) cameras to replace error-prone manual quality control processes.
BRUNATA-METRONA places great importance on the quality of its products, including the readability of product codes for manufacturing and supply chain traceability. To ensure this accuracy, the company chose Microscan Vision HAWK smart cameras, capable of reading several small Data Matrix codes on each product from variable distances.
Surgical instrument traceability is crucial for patient safety and preventing loss of valuable assets. Microscan partner CIPAM developed an all-in-one station for reading any direct part marks (DPM) on the surfaces of surgical instruments, allowing operators to easily check in instruments for use.
Prodrive Technologies incorporates a scan conveyer at each stage of a PCB manufacturing line to trace parts throughout production, and uses a tiny but powerful imaging engine to track each part by reading barcodes of various colors directly marked on a range of surfaces.
Read about Jiaxing Hexin Precision Stamping Technology's machine vision solution for 100% defect prevention in high-throughput electronics component manufacturing.
Tier One automotive supplier Van-Rob uses direct part marks and HS-41X imagers to successfully track a base component of automotive grille reinforcements throughout the quality process.
The Vantera Clinical Analyzer from LipoScience performs sophisticated NMR-based lipoprotein analysis and uses four embedded MS-3 Laser Scanners to identify and track samples and diluents.
IPTE Factory Automation integrates MINI Hawk barcode imagers in their laser marking machines to ensure the quality of 2D Data Matrix symbols marked directly on parts.