Mhira3D, a vision system for the die-casting industry developed by Imago, is able to perform a 3D integrity analysis and verify the completeness of the print as soon as the part is extracted from the press and is still in the robot gripper. At the same time, the thermographic map of the part is examined in order to detect thermal drifts and keep the process monitored.
Among Mhira3D's latest R&D achievements is thermal anomaly detection, developed and tested on real production data.
Mhira3D's thermographic analysis is an innovation that can provide support on multiple fronts. Thanks to the thermographic map, the operator can locate areas where overheating is occurring and identify problems related to lubrication or cooling. Continuous in-process temperature monitoring is critical to highlighting anomalies that could lead to part non-conformity, allowing events such as machine downtime to be prevented.
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The new functionalities show even more Mhira3D's added value, which guarantee the maintenance of high production standards and the considerable saving of resources.