Perceptron (NASDAQ: PRCP) was founded in 1981 by engineers from The General Motors Institute (formerly GMI and now Kettering University), working closely with the automotive industry.
With offices in Plymouth, Michigan, USA, with branches in Brazil, China, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Slovakia, Spain and the United Kingdom. More than 900 systems, 12,000 Perceptron measuring sensors and over 3,000 Coord3 coordinated measuring machines are in use worldwide. Globally, companies rely on Perceptron's metrology solutions for production processes and improve quality, shortening time and reducing costs.
With over 30 years of experience, Perceptron is the ideal corporate metrology partner, offering a wide portfolio of dimensional measurement systems, Robot Guidance, Gap & Flush and 3D laser scanning solutions.
Precision non-contact automated dimensional measurement and gauging solutions provide real-time part, assembly and process information for In-Line or Near-Line quality control applications. Perceptron systems can be supplied In-Line to pace production or Near-Line to support manufacturing operations.
Perceptron’s turnkey engineering team will design a solution using our standard modules and sensors to inspect critical features and part characteristics. Perceptron Gauging Solutions are well proven in the most rugged of industrial environments with over 900 installations in active daily use.
Advanced software allows monitoring of both part quality and the manufacturing process either locally at the inspection cell or remotely from any global location, providing both discrete feature measurement and 3D scanning data.
Perceptron Robot Guidance Solutions (RGS) have proven reliability with decades of in-process assembly guidance in harsh industrial environments.
Our Visual Fixturing Engine enables full 6 degree-of-freedom offsets while allowing the user to prioritize key customer-centric metrics by utilizing anchor points, over-weighting, and full relationship-based offsetting.
Perceptron’s robot guidance platform has been completely reworked and optimized for the requirements of our single offset applications. With the streamlined interface for these specific applications, station setup time can now be measured in hours, not days; saving you money and time.
The large field-of-view Helix-evo X300 sensor and one-glance dashboard eliminate the need for precision fixtures, large conveyors, and expert station operators and handlers. AutoGuideMT merges reliable 3D scan data with the simplicity of pattern matching. può ora essere misurato in ore, non in giorni.
Perceptron’s automated, non-contact Gap & Flush Solutions measure Class A mating parts for quality validation as well as providing 100% data for process optimization.
Measurement results guide necessary adjustments or corrections downstream in the manufacturing process. A Perceptron ﬁnal dimensional quality gate ensures every product achieves the highest standards for ﬁ t and alignment. Uniquely, Perceptron scanning sensors offer the ability to provide measurement data on unpainted and the full spectrum of painted assemblies for in-process ﬁnal product veriﬁcation.
Perceptron’s AccuSite™ Optical Tracking option takes the robot out of the accuracy equation and provides the most accurate robotic measurement solution available for the manufacturing floor.
How it works: As the Helix-evo the measurement features, the AccuSite tracker locates the artifacts attached to the sensor and records their exact location and orientation in space. The AccuSite option only requires the robot to be a simple mover and eliminates all mechanical drift and temperature influence from the measurement results, without markers or any other part preparation.
Why choose the system AccuSite?