Conventional processing systems rely on lab or human detection of color and surface defects. Manufacturers today are turning to machine vision as a more accurate and cost-effective way to measure color and product quality, detect surface issues and reduce scrap. This white paper shows how a machine vision non-contact color measurement system can help manufacturers control the cost of quality due to color variations, using real-time color data for QC analytics and color optimization. The new color inspection systems communicate with the color metering system and automatically adjust the color as it deviates during production.
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