How Machine Vision is Changing Textile Inspection

Teledyne Dalsa Logo

The textile industry is one of the largest and most competitive in the world. In an industry where buyers judge manufacturers on their ability to consistently deliver high quality textiles at low costs, manufacturers must institute quality control processes right from the start of production until the very end to ensure that the final products are of high quality.

Machine vision systems using line scan cameras are particularly desirable for their ability to work with continuous webs of material and consistently detect pattern changes, changes in color and texture, and other defects on textiles moving at predictable rates across a production line.

This white paper sponsored by Teledyne DALSA.