Gravity track sorter

  • 21-Aug-2009 04:53 EDT
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Small parts can be sorted rapidly and cost-effectively by dimensional tolerances such as length, width, and diameter with Resec Systems’ gravity track sorter. Several models of the machine are offered for parts ranging in size from 0.25 to 2 in (6.35 to 50.8 mm). The machine inspects and sorts parts with an accuracy of ± 0.0001 in (0.0025 mm). Employing a high-speed camera and gauging technology, the sorter inspects each part and automatically places it into an accept or reject bin. A vibratory bowl feeder separates the parts and places them onto a track individually where they are led before the lens of a high-speed video inspection camera. A digital processor captures the image of each part, measures the preprogrammed feature(s), and places the part into the appropriate bin. The sorter can be programmed for multiple parts.

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