Baumer Inspection to ensure flawless finish at LIGNA 2019
Published on :Friday, May 10, 2019
Baumer Inspection is gearing up to unveil its latest innovations at LIGNA 2019. At the Hannover fair the innovative inspection system ColorBrain Furniture 4.0 will be introduced to demonstrate ways in which accurate and reliable variety of defects on the surface of furniture could be identified. Hazards like bubbles, dents, shiny spots and fine scratches will now be easily detected with this product.
Konstanz based Baumer Inspection GmbH is a part of Swiss Baumer Group, a family run business known for supplying high-quality factory automation sensors and systems all over the world. Over 35 years, the company has specialised in quality assurance for surfaces that satisfy the highest standards in precision. It has successfully installed more than 750 systems, making it one of the leading suppliers of automatic optical inspection systems for process monitoring and error detection. Scanners from Baumer Inspection are used all around the globe to check furniture panels, decorative paper, films, floorboards and the surfaces and edges of furniture parts. The company is at LIGNA 2019 to unveil its innovative inspection system – ColourBrain Furniture 4.0.
ColourBrain Furniture 4.0 is a technological trailblazer, a double-sided inspection of film-coated, melamine-coated and lacquered furniture panels. This machine can accurately detect the smallest of surface defects – such as bubbles, dents, fine scratches and shiny spots – whether diagonal to or across the feed direction. A drilled hole monitoring option can also be used to make sure holes have been drilled properly and check for profile deviations in pre-milled grooves. ColourBrain Furniture 4.0 is easy to maintain and boasts compact dimensions that minimise the amount of space needed in the feed direction. With its modular design, it can easily suit a variety of customer needs. For example, the system can be used for error detection and process optimisation both in series production and for batch sizes of just one.
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