Boulder Imaging releases three new turnkey machine vision solutions

Sept. 17, 2013
Boulder Imaging has announced the release of three new machine vision products: The SCL Series for advanced surface inspection, the ML Series for high speed metrology, and the Quazar, for digital video recording.

Boulder Imaging has announced the release of three new products showcasing technology for metrology, surface inspection, and digital recording. The SCL Series offers advanced surface inspection in a fully automated computer-based defect classification system for automotive and performance coatings. SCL systems are capable of processing coated or uncoated panels of various sizes from 4”x12” up to 24”x24”.

Boulder Imaging’s ML Series offers a high speed metrology system which enables the measurement of multiple high-precision, 2D, flat parts for parts manufacturers.

Lastly, Boulder Imaging’s updated Quazar is a digital video recording, processing, and analysis solution which make engineering and scientific observation, measurement, and review of critical events possible in real time. It supports high burst image acquisition from multiple cameras, multicast GigE Vision streaming and viewing, enhanced remote control API, and simultaneous data acquisition.

To Learn More:

Contact:Boulder Imaging
: Louisville, CO, USA
SCL series, ML Series, Quazar
Key Features:
Turnkey machine vision for metrology (ML Series), surface detection (SCL Series), and digital recording (Quazar.)

What Boulder Imaging says:
View more information on the SCL series.
View more information on the ML Series.
View more information on the Quazar.

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James Carroll

Former VSD Editor James Carroll joined the team 2013.  Carroll 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, Carroll managed the Innovators Awards program and webcasts.

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