FeneVision LineScanner powered by SoftSolution
FeneVision LineScanner is the Practical Glass Quality System
Glass defects discovered after fabrication require remakes and can
delay the shipping of complete orders. Glass defects discovered in
delivered and installed units? These upset customers and require even
Both damage your bottom line and the reputation of your business.
While the cost of quality issues is high, the available solutions
have been unsatisfactory. Human inspection of lites and insulated glass
has proven inconsistent. It is time consuming and labor intensive. And
the additional handling introduces its own opportunities for damage.
Automated scanning required installation of sensor technology too
costly and inaccurate for nearly all window and door makers and glass
fabricators. Until now.
LineScanner measurement, surface quality and defect detection
enables you to:
- Verify production sequence and interface with downstream
- Detect inclusions, scratches, finger prints, stains, chips and
- Provide notice to the operator of a defect.
Scan lites and IG
Find contamination, damage and body faults on all surfaces of lites and
IG with transmittance of 5 to 95%.
Scan at production speed
LineScanner is accurate at speeds up to half a meter per second or about
6,000 feet per hour.
Measure outside and inside
Verify unit size and shape and all inside fabrications to enable
LineScanner is highly customizable to your needs
- It can be mounted vertically or horizontally in lengths up to
- It can be standalone or integrated with your glass fabrication
or window and door ERP.
- Tolerance and display settings are user configurable.
- LineScanner can be used anywhere in your operations, beginning,
middle or end. As little as 2.75 inches clearance is required
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LineScanner glass defect detection capabilities
larger than 0.1 mm
Faults on the surface
that can be removed
Brush and roller marks
Oil and water drops
larger than 0.1mm
Physical damage caused
Glass manufacturing faults
Defects that are within
the body of the glass
Defects in the glass coating
Pinholes and gaps