PAINT DEFECTS DETECTION
Autaza Paint is an optical quality inspection system for painting, used in quality control in various industries. It is able to identify appearance defects in plastic, metal, and various composite materials.
How it works
Head of Measurement
The hardware is an optical system, which uses stripe reflectometry technology to highlight defects. The Autaza Paint measurement head has a monitor with high brightness, frequency and resolution, and a high-resolution industrial camera. The rugged composition means that the system does not need external light and can work in environments with ambient lighting up to 700 lumens. The components have a specific position and angulation to acquire the images. For each inspected area, 4 pictures are taken by translating the white stripes, thus ensuring that the area is completely inspected.
Autaza Paint can detect several types of Paint defects in varnished painted parts. You can see below some examples of dirt and Orange peel.
The system has intelligent software that uses computer vision and artificial intelligence to identify and classify paint defects. The system is calibrated according to the client’s quality criteria and can have a binary response (defect and non-defect) or up to 3 levels of severity of defects (low, medium, and severe). In addition to the system saving the inspection information in a database, reports are sent to monitors where brokers must locate the correction area.
The number of robots with Autaza Paint heads installed in an inspection cell is determined by the cycle time of the production line. The system is already prepared to work with any brand of robot that supports the payload, degrees of freedom, and reach requirements. Below you can see an example of 2 robots working simultaneously.