Visio Nerf, a leading designer and manufacturer of industrial vision systems, offers a full range of 3D sensors used for robot guidance to automate various tasks such as bin picking. It took the company several years to offer an industrial vision solution with unequalled performances in terms of precision and reliability in the field of bin picking. To achieve this, Visio Nerf’s technical experts and international sales team have been working together for 15 years with many players in the automotive and foundry industries and have finally overcome the constraints induced by the most complex industrial task to automate.
Earlier this year, Visio Nerf and Inficon gathered up to offer a solution for a leak testing application using our Cirrus 3D sensors. Volker Trieb, Market Manager at Inficon, wrote an article about this. Please find a translation of this article below :
On November 24th and 25th, Visio Nerf will be at ABB’s office in Jönköping for the Metal Inspiration Days 2021. Our 3D sensors Cirrus 1200 will be featured in a complete and easy solution developed by ABB called FlexLoader FP 800. This machine will be perfect for bin-picking and can be used for various types of parts and different payloads, including heavy ones.
ROBOTIC GUIDANCE FOR PRIMARY TREES BIN PICKING
An automotive supplier automates the automatic feeding of raw foundry primary trees to a spinning press for the production of splines. The aim of this automation is to improve on-site production processes which were previously fed manually.
The company has a great deal of confidence in our cirrus3D and eyesberg3D technology.
Cléon is a factory in service in the Renault-Nissan Alliance and has 35 customer sites throughout the world. 46% of its activity is devoted to Renault and 54% to other makes (Renault Samsung Motors, Dacia, Nissan, Infiniti, Daimler et Fiat).