Area: Measurement and Process
Budget: 650 000 SEK
Schedule: February - December 2013
Project: Olof Broman, Luleå University of Technology
Usage of camera-based inspection equipment in our region especially WoodEye, is becoming increasingly common in the manufacture of furniture and joinery components. LTU has under previous project studied some different value chains for manufacturing furniture components. Especially in one of the cases studied, the camera-based inspection and control of kapoptimeringen been a very important sub-process. Our studies showed that kapoptimeringsprocessen did not work satisfactorily. They can be several reasons for these shortcomings. It may be as well as equipment-handling errors.
Discussions with industry representatives acknowledge that far from satisfied with inspection purposes / processtyrningsutrustningens functionality.
- Identify how various defects defined by customer requirements and how different avsyningsutrustningar measure different defects.
- Develop and validate a simulation tool.
- Simulation wise to examine what different customer requirements cost with respect to input raw material.
- S imulera package hijacking.
- By preference studies examine how end-consumer preferences harmony with kraven.som is the quality specifications of the manufacturers and how "far" you can go before the wood quality is too poor.
- Investigate how should and actual value when cutting in line.
- Develop a user-friendly tool for setting avsyningsutrustningen.
- Start a user group