Intelligent bin picking with SHAPESCAN3D from ISRA VISION

May 3, 2013
SHAPESCAN3D from ISRA VISION offers a 3D robot guidance application for random bin picking of unsorted materials.

SHAPESCAN3D from ISRA VISION offers a 3D robot guidance application for random bin picking of unsorted materials. The application’s “plug and automate” concept reportedly allows users to quickly install and put SHAPESCAN3D into operation with relative ease. In addition, the new system features 3D object recognition at all depth levels, a fixed mounted sensor, and a scan time for the total volume of the container of less than four seconds, according to ISRA VISION, which will exhibit at the Control Trade Fair 2013.

Control 2013 booth:
7506

To Learn More:

Contact: ISRA VISION
Headquarters: Darmstadt, Germany
Product: SHAPESCAN3D
Key Features: Intuitive user interface, stereoscopic approach with laser line projection, accuracy down to a few millimeters.
What ISRA VISION says:

View an ISRA VISION press release.

Additional information:
View exhibitor list for Control Trade Fair 2013.

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Since joining the team 2013, James covered machine vision and imaging from numerous angles, including application stories, industry news, market updates, and new products. In addition to writing and editing articles for each issue of the magazine, James managed the Innovators Awards program and webcasts.


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