In the cosmetics sector, artificial vision systems are used in a multitude of processes that, in addition to ensuring the functionality of the marketed product, also guarantee an impeccable presence of the product.
Intallation of production of cologne jars.
Due to the weight of the image and appearance of the product transmitted to the consumer, artificial vision systems are imperative in many of the production processes of colognes and perfumes.
In the production of perfumes and colognes, the following processes are involved: checking the correct composition of the materials, controlling liquid levels, inspecting correct labelling and packaging, or the absence of defects in the different components inserted.
One of the common errors is the incorrect insertion of the sprayer we use to apply the product to our skin. Based on this need, the following controls are carried out using artificial vision:
● Precise absolute dimensional measurements.
● Measurements relating to the bottle and ensuring its correct insertion.
● Control of duct presence, curvature and angular orientation.
● Control of correct sealing and tightness by thermography.
● Colour control of the correct inserted reference (gold, silver, chrome...) using L*a*b* colorimeters.
● Degradations in the material.
● Scratches and blows on reflective materials by photometry.
● Inspection of sprayers in cologne bottles.
● They ensure the functionality of the spraying element.
● Reduction of error rates and defective products.
● Cost savings and return on investment.
● Data acquisition and recording for automatic correction and process optimisation.
● Insertion of data in the traceability system for feedback and statistical analysis.