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PRODUCE TRACKING INITIATIVE (PTI) VISION INSPECTION SYSTEM

CLEAN ROOM ROBOT SYSTEM LOAD/UNLOAD GLASS SUBSTRATES FROM SPUTTERING MACHINES

OMNIVIEW VISION SYSTEM 360 DEGREE INSPECTION OF CYLINDRICAL OBJECTS

Robotic Deburring & Grinding System Complete Turnkey Cell. Utilizes Fanuc M-710i Foundry Mate Robot for Grinding the Separation Line Off Sand Casted Parts.

CD & DVD Sleeve Inspection SystemSaberVision HRC-1000 vision system used to in-line inspect paper sleeves for any foreign debris

ROBOTIC SYSTEM FOR OBSERVATORY OPERATION

Servo Positioned Vision Inspection Systemvision system used to inspect tall columns of products during assembly process

Robotic Palletizing SystemSaberVision Complete Turnkey Case Palletizing Cell. Utilizes KUKA 4-axis Robot

IC CHIP LASER MARKING SYSTEM

Robotic IC Testing & Packaging System Complete Turnkey Cell. Utilizes Fanuc LR Mate Robot for chip handling.

Machine Vision System Hi-resolution Line Scan Application for Medical Device

PC Based Machine Vision System Space Critical Hi-Resolution Area Scan Application for Disk Drive Industry

Laser Scribing MachineSELF-CONTAINED LASER SCRIBING MACHINE FOR SOLAR APPLICATIONS

This machine is a state-of-the-art vision inspection system at a Pacific Tomato Growers facility in Tampa, Florida.  It is a fully self-contained system that allows an operator to easily train and save new products and add them to a list of products for re-use.  In a joint effort between Saber and HarvestMark the this early rendition of the VR-3000 recognizes and verifies attributes such as: Type of Shipping Container, Commodity, and Size. All this information is then passed to the HarvestMark database for processing.

This unique application inspects the tops as they are conveyed to the print and apply system.  Here are some examples of the variety of products that are randomly inspected during a production run:

Check out the slide below to get a closer look:

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