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Sales Engineering at Uniforce Sales and Engineering
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I want to detect air bubbles leaking up using a camera. The brazed adapters are loaded in an air under water tester. When the brazed area has voids the high pressure air leaks air bubbles from inside the adapter to the outside water. Can a camera detect the air bubbles and provide signal?
Kenneth, trying to image and detect air bubbles under water does not appear to be complicated, but I would like to know more details about your project in order to determine what you are up against. There are many variables such as what are the bubble sizes? What are the dimensions involved - braze length, distance from camera to joint, etc. Positioning of the joint - which way are the bubbles going in reference to the joint? What does the joint look like, smooth surface or rough? Is it a stream of bubbles or do you want to detect just any bubble?
Hello, Looking to detect a label(the borders) on a brown box in motion. Any suggestions as to which firm can give us a solution to that ?
Hi Anjanika, We have very simple to use tools to solve these problems. You can see some example on our website at http://www.uniforcesales.com/application-notes/application-slides-introduction/
We’re looking for a solution to photograph bearings and shafts 7 and 3mm dia respectively after applying grease or adhesive during automated manufacturing. Photographs are close-ups (macros) and require focus stacking. Results are stored for later use in order to diagnose end of line tester and others.
Hi Michael, we use a tool in MIL Registration for separate extended depth of field and depth-from-focus to produce, respectively, a single all-in-focus image and an index image from a series of images of a motionless scene taken at different focus points. The index image can subsequently be used to infer depth.