Ten Hard Truths

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Published on December 15, 2008

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a tongue-in-cheek description of the challenges that face all of us who work in the field of MACHINE VISION.

The ten hard truths of machine vision – Anonymous Location is everything – that is, the location of lighting, location of the cameras, location of the fixturing, location of the debris/oil on parts, etc. The 80/20 rule – 80% of your project labor will be spent on the last 20% of the job. There’s probably an easier way – in many cases, machine vision can be replaced or augmented with other sensing technologies that may work differently, but equally well. Vision bites back – vision projects can have more natural variability than other controls projects and often surprise newcomers with the extent of the discovery period and testing required to develop a project specification. Murphy is watching so work with Pro’s – assemble a team that contains specialists in I/O, optics & lighting, control, vision programming, mechanical design, networking, etc., to support the deployment. Orders of 10 – a new phenomenon, thought to be unlikely or impossible, will emerge at roughly 1,000 parts, 10,000 parts, 100,000 parts, etc. If the plant doesn’t want it, it won’t work – day to day buy-in from process and maintenance staffs is critical to the successful deployment of any project, but especially so for vision systems that typically require PM. Shift Happens! – a client who believes that the properties of parts will not shift or that process variability is completely understood (prior to a study with real optical gear) is quite possibly being naïve. Cheap gear costs double – components chosen on price typically disappoint the whole team. Miracles out of nowhere – in many cases, a technology applied in a different industry can hold the key to a novel or breakaway approach to your application. Industrial Eye, LLC 13433 Kerr Street, Plainfield, IL 60585

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