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7/20/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: Aligned Vision

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Automatic inspection is being featured in live demonstrations at Aligned Vision’s (Chelmsford, MA, US) CAMX booth.

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Automatic inspection is being featured in live demonstrations at Aligned Vision’s (Chelmsford, MA, US) CAMX booth. LASERVISION, which combines Aligned Vision’s laser templating with automatic inspection technology, continues to advance with new inspection functionality. The new capabilities add to LASERVISION’s key functions of detecting material position, fiber orientation and foreign object debris (FOD). Aligned Vision has now broadened LASERVISION’s FOD detection capabilities to include peel-ply FOD in bonding applications.

In a CAMX technical paper and presentation, Aligned Vision president Scott Blake will review the breadth of LASERVISION’s automatic inspection capabilities. He will then discuss the potential for automatic inspection to serve as a data hub as fabricators advance into smart factory technology. Blake's presentation will be given on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 3:30-3:55 pm, room W208B. Booth E9.

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