Ann Arbor, Michigan, November 10, 2016 – Coherix, Inc., a global leader in Three-Dimensional (3D) Machine Vision, today announced the release of a major update to the Predator3D software i-Cite, which enables the 3D bead inspection system to use speed information from the robot to automatically adapt its inspection capability when the robot speed or timing is changed.
Predator3D is the most advanced adhesive and sealant bead inspection system in the market. It is equipped with four high-speed laser-based sensors that surround the bead dispensing nozzle, and provide real-time 3D profile of bead volume and location. It is common for robot programmers to slow or speed up portions of their robot dispense program to improve their bead quality. When this happens, a traditional bead inspection system would need to be reprogrammed. However, with the latest update of i-Cite (version 2.14.63A), Predator3D will automatically detect the speed change and make adjustments accordingly, and will continue inspecting without skipping a beat.
“Our Predator3D is the leading bead inspection product on the market today, and this release puts us even further ahead of our competition. This is a significant software release to enhance the user experience.” said Dwight Carlson, CEO and Chairman of Coherix.
For more information about Predator3D and i-Cite, please call Coherix at (734) 922-4070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Coherix, Inc.
Coherix, Inc. develops and manufactures high-speed, high-definition 3D machine vision products that enable our customers to manage high-volume precision manufacturing processes. Coherix products are designed for inspection and error-proofing in the automotive, semiconductor, and electronics industries. Coherix is committed to producing the highest performing 3D machine vision products at the lowest Total Cost of Ownership. Coherix customers and partners include global end users, system integrators, and distributors, who demand 100 percent reliability that Coherix products provide. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the company has offices in the United States, China, Germany, Singapore, and Japan.