Scanners are becoming loyal allies of production and quality managers, combining quality control results that are objective and configurable for different quality levels with a reduction in the time necessary to control the glass panel. A detail of no small importance, given the significant increase in the average size of single glazing.
The next step, in order to further optimise process times without sacrificing quality, is to support the operator in identifying the defects detected by the scanner. Taking into account the configuration of modern production lines and users’ needs, by partnering with GlassUp, an Italian start-up specializing in augmented reality, Deltamax studied an innovative solution, called Follow Me (patent pending), complementing the work of their scanners. By connecting with F4 goggles, the scanner can now guide the operator exactly to the defect on the glass, with simple, intuitive controls. F4 goggles are, of course, certified as personal protective equipment, ensuring the strictest compliance with the current standards, and guaranteeing maximum freedom of action to the operator.
A DEMO will be available at the Deltamax stand F07 in Hall 16 during glasstec.