Inspect, Package, Report
Our Three-Step Process
A Retina inspection system is designed to automate the processes of inspecting parts, ejecting and packaging good parts, and providing comprehensive inspection standards should they be requested.
The first process is usually automated by using a dial to transport parts to each inspection station, where vision modules will examine each part for defects ranging from part diameter and color to surface flaws and cracks. This ensures that you are getting a complete inspection of each part.
Parts that fail any stage of the inspection process are rejected by the system, while parts that pass all stages of inspection are ejected to be packaged, either by a packaging conveyor installed with your inspection system or one you provide. You can read more about our different packaging options here.
While the inspection system is processing parts, it also updates runtime attributes. Management is capable of seeing important system efficiencies through our Monitoring Operations and Reporting Efficiencies (M.O.R.E. Reporting) program. Additionally, inspection attributes can also be recorded in real time by using our Data Recorder feature.