Component inspection in free fall

Inspect 360°, an optical inspection system, analyzes the geometry and surface condition of components in free fall. It is the first system to enable automated optical inspection (AOI) of mass produced parts at reasonable costs.

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Automated visual control

Comprehensive, repeatable inspection in the production cycle

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Track & Trace by fingerprint

Traceability plays a key role in optimizing industrial processes.

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Track & Trace Fingerprint App

Mobile and fast identification on location

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Inspection of wires, tubes, and rods

Complete surface inspection in real-time.

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Coating inspections and oil film measurement

Our laser scanners inspect thin films across their entire width

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Fast material analysis of surfaces and coatings

Process control within milliseconds

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Cleanliness testing of components

Immaculate: clean surfaces thanks to fluorescence measuring technology

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High-precision inline 3D measurement

Three-dimensional measurement of large objects down to the nearest micrometer

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Comprehensive 3D measurement in the machine tool

100-percent control of the configured workpiece

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Gearwheel measurement

A perfect fit despite the tolerance

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Fast and imaging deformation measurement

Dynamic imaging deformation measurement in the sub micrometer range

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Inline Microscopy

Microscopy for demanding measurement tasks

System development for life sciences

Optical measurement systems for use in medical technology

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Applications »Production Control«

Inspection and control in production

Inline measuring technology provides useful data for controlling quality and for optimizing industrial processes. It plays a vital role in industrial production against the backdrop of Industry 4.0. Fraunhofer IPM develops optical systems and imaging techniques for measuring surfaces and 3D structures. The systems detect very small impurities or defects, even at high production speeds, or identify components by their surface structure.