CNC Inspection Equipment

A CNC is short for computer numeric control, and is the name given to the process involving automation of machine tools. In CNC, all programming is controlled in the form of commands which are encoded on a storage device (which is usually a computer) and are not controlled manually by hand, wheels or by levers. When it comes to inspection equipment, the most common equipment is an Automated optical inspection (AOI). This is a printed circuit board (PCB) (or LCD, transistor) manufacture where a camera autonomously scans for any failure and quality defects. CNC Inspection Equipment is commonly used in the manufacturing process because it is a non-contact test method.

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  1. Digital Comparators
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    A digital comparator compares two numbers in binary form to understand if the numbers are equal or whether one is greater than or less than the other. Also known as a magnitude comparator, examples of digital comparator include the CMOS 4063 and 4585 and the TTL 7485 and 74682-'89.

  2. Optical Comparators
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    An optical comparator is a tool for inspection manufactured parts via optics. Via an optical comparator the magnified silhouette of a part is projected upon the screen and the dimensions and geometry of the part are measured against scope and expectations. This measuring can be done visually, by comparing superimposed silhouettes or via software that reports measurements back.

  3. Profilometers
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    Profilometers exist in two forms, both contact and non-contact – with contact being the industry standard, although non-contact is rapidly succeeding. Profilometers are used to gauge an object’s roughness by examining its surface and used widely in fields of trade, engineering, science, technology, and quantitative research.

  4. Other
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    Other products that didn't quite fit into any of the above categories.