Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 7, 2019 — Coherix, Inc., a global leader in Three-Dimensional (3D) Machine Vision, announces today the receipt of a $400,000+ repeat order for Predator3D™ from a global leader in adhesive dispensing equipment. This order indicates an acceleration of industry acceptance of 3D machine vision technology to control the adhesive dispensing process.
This rapid acceleration is in line with the acceleration in the use of structural adhesives and sealant in the light-weighting of cars, trucks, and aircraft. To reduce weight, manufacturers are using highly engineered materials such as aluminum, magnesium, special plastics, carbon fiber, and special steel alloys. Therefore, traditional welding is not effective in joining of these dissimilar materials. Thus, accelerating the use of structural adhesives.
With Coherix Predator3D integrated, dispensing systems gain the ability to inspect, report, and autocorrect while dispensing and providing instant feedback for optimum process control. Predator3D is not affected by changes of ambient lighting or part color, and therefore it can perform robust 3D vision operations even in black-on-black or gray-on-gray situations.
Comparing to traditional bead inspection technologies (such as confirmation laser and 2D Vision), Predator3D has absolute superior advantages.
About Coherix, Inc.
Coherix, Inc. develops and manufactures high-speed, high-definition 3D machine vision solutions that enable our customers to manage high-volume precision manufacturing processes. Coherix solutions are designed for inspection and error-proofing in the automotive, semiconductor, and electronics industries. Coherix is committed to producing the highest performing 3D machine vision products at the lowest Total Cost of Ownership. Coherix customers and partners include global end users, system integrators, and distributors, who demand 100 percent reliability that Coherix products provide. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the company has offices in the United States, China, Germany, Singapore, and Japan.