In-Line Seal Strength Testing Using Thermal Cameras

In the realm of manufacturing precision, the assurance of product packaging integrity takes center stage. Using thermal cameras for in-line seal strength testing has revolutionized quality control and efficiency in the packaging industry.

Why Automated Optical Inspection Is a Winner in PCB Quality Control

Excelling in PCB quality control is a meaningful way to maintain competitiveness despite these conditions. Many decision-makers have increasingly invested in automated optical inspection (AOI) at their facilities. This approach leads to numerous benefits.

Why the Conventional Deep Learning Model is Broken

The conventional deep learning model is a supervised model. It takes months of time to develop and train the model before it is ready for the production line. Here, Karina Odinaev explains why the conventional deep learning model is broken and what the alternatives are.

Why training with few good images is fake news

As recently as five years ago, the only way to teach a machine vision system what a good product looked like was to laboriously show it every possible fault, mark and annotate the errors and catalogue them.

Unleashing the Potential: Quality Validation in Additive Manufacturing

As the adoption of AM grows across sectors ranging from aerospace to medical devices, one critical challenge remains: ensuring the quality and reliability of 3D printed components.

Why Visual AI Inspection Is Essential for Detecting PCB Defects

Artificial intelligence (AI) can help manufacturers handle quality control while managing larger volumes. Here are some compelling reasons people use visual inspection AI tools in modern production facilities.

The Monetary Impact of Quality and Quality Management

Quality is not something that you can add into your product in the last step of your process. Quality is the outcome of all your processes and efforts.

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