Producing high-quality products with reliable consistency is critical. Any changes in ingredient composition or in the mixing and baking process can lead to very different results. Therefore, implementing a good quality control system is very important. In many production facilities, visual control at the end of the line by trained operators remains the preferred method of ensuring that desired quality and consistency goals are met. However, as powerful as human vision is, this way of working has its drawbacks. First, it becomes very difficult to enforce objective quality standards, not only among different operators, but even for one operator over the course of his shift. Second, even well-trained operators get tired and have a hard time concentrating on the job. Finally, manual visual inspections are costly. This is where automated vision inspection solutions come into play and offer significant advantages. .
shape and color inspection