Technical Articles

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LMI Technologies, Inc.


LMI Technologies, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Calibration and Testing Services)
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The February 9, 2009 issue of Rubber & Plastics News features an article describing development of high speed laser line sensors to acquire high density data to insure detection of smallest defects... (View Full Article)
(Machine Vision Equipment)
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Prototyping a vision sensor for a specific application is a time consuming, expensive proposition. To simplify and speed up prototyping vision sensors by OEMs, LMI has created a developers kit based... (View Full Article)
(Industrial and Engineering Software)
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Automotive assembly plants and subassembly suppliers have strongly recognized the need to continually improve assembly fit and function to enhance dimensional integrity of assemblies, maintain quality... (View Full Article)
(Sensors, Transducers and Detectors)
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Traditional high-speed web or surface inspection has been reserved for linear CCD imagers, but today we also need to consider area CCD and area CMOS imagers. Each technology has different features... (View Full Article)
(Image Sensors)
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CCD imagers were the first products in machine vision and have led the industry for many years. However, CMOS imagers are catching up quickly and are being implemented in many more applications than... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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Tire manufacturers require very fast throughput and high-resolution inspection data in order to meet production and quality requirements.... (View Full Article)
(Calibration and Testing Services)
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Offering major advantages over other sensing technologies, thousands of laser triangulation sensors have been implemented for in-process thickness measurement and control.... (View Full Article)
(Image Sensors)
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Faced with developing machine-vision systems for high-speed area and linescan inspection, many integrators turn to OEM suppliers of off-theshelf lighting, cameras, frame grabbers, and software. While... (View Full Article)
(Industrial and Engineering Software)
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The mountain pine beetle epidemic, particularly found in British Columbia, has created opportunities for mill operators to implement new scanning technologies for value added optimization at the edger... (View Full Article)
(Material Handling and Packaging Services)
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Unlike most manufactured parts, which have a defined nominal geometry, food products have a wide variety of shapes, textures and colours. Food may require inspection for size, shape, volume, and... (View Full Article)
(Sensors, Transducers and Detectors)
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Laser line sensors today are finding more roles in industrial inspection applications. These sensors are ideal for localizing defects in manufactured goods; specifically, this sensor technology has... (View Full Article)
(Machine Vision Equipment)
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Too often in the process of selecting machine vision components, decisions on how all the vision components are to be synchronized are left until the end. Many times this can lead to long and costly... (View Full Article)
(Inspection Tools and Instruments)
(Machine Vision Equipment)
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This document discusses optimization. Topics focus on a quick review of optimization, current edger and trimmer optimizers, what's in it for the sawmill, the 98% solution, value added optimization,... (View Full Article)
(Machine Vision Equipment)
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There are numerous process monitoring jobs for vision sensors in hostile manufacturing environments, such as arc and spot welding, molten metal pouring, wood processing, and electronics.... (View Full Article)