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ma optronic develops image processing and software systems which are integrated into existing systems or implemented as stand-alone or in-line solutions.

For the optimal solution of inspection tasks, we use various components available on the market for our image processing systems and work closely with lens and camera manufacturers.

These systems can be based on so-called smart cameras, which allow the user to adapt certain tasks through manufacturer-specific interfaces. This allows a comparatively fast development.

Necessary interfaces to other systems, of course, will be developed by us. Our software is specially adapted to the system and customer requirements. This includes also the connection to a higher-level ERP or MES system.

For more complex tasks we offer a PC-based system.

Of course, GMP-compliant development processes are complied with in all areas, so that the image processing and software systems developed can also be validated for medical technology applications.

Active Alignment

The ever-increasing demands on optical systems make it impossible to install them manually. That is why we deal with all tasks that require active alignment of optical components.

Ever tighter tolerances, ever smaller components: Components for camera system such as those installed in vehicles or mobile phones or optics that form a laser beam today not only require high-precision production, but also active alignment in up to 6 degrees of freedom.

We automate these processes in a suitable environment (e.g. clean room) with the appropriate equipment and the necessary software.

Classic example: The fully automatic mounting of lenses on camera chips, e.g. for driver assistance cameras and other optical components such as projectors, head-up display systems (HUD) or similar.

Optical Inspection

The area of optical inspection is divided into the following areas:

Measurement

One of ma optronic’s specialties is the high-precision measurement of individual parts not only in 2D but also in 3D.

Before assembly, we check components with regard to their dimensions, either in-line or on independent inspection systems (AOI). The optical inspection and sorting of the components is carried out according to customer or standard specifications.

The extensive experience of our employees makes it possible to develop highly accurate and rapid systems to carry out challenging measuring tasks. By selecting suitable camera, lens and illumination systems, measurements can be performed down to the single-digit micrometre range.

Of course, we prove this measurement capability using common methods (e.g. gauge R&R). Cycle times of <150 ms are state-of-the-art.

Largest distance clamped: 0.610mm
Smallest distance clamped: 0.588mm
Ø unclamped: 0.603 | Deviation: 10.0%

Inspection

In that, the task you set is to check certain criteria. These criteria are not measurable, but refer to qualitative statements regarding the components.

Solutions are developed in this area which are often used in the field of assembly technology in order to avoid complex mechanical tests.

Read | check code

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To identify individual components or groups of components, QR codes or markers are applied before or during the manufacturing process, read and, depending on the application, passed on to a higher-level production system.

ma optronic is also able to perform challenging tasks such as reading casting numbers or codes on very deep objects (e.g. in the base of injection-moulded parts).

Cosmetic inspection

We recognize even the smallest flaws

When checking for “cosmetic defects”, components and assemblies are inspected for defects that are purely cosmetic nature, e.g. damages such as scratches or dents on outer shells or covers.

Due to our specially developed camera and lighting systems, inspections are possible even on high-gloss, brushed or transparent surfaces.

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