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The most typical types of mold protection are low-velocity, low-pressure clamp-closing settings on the injection molding machine and external sensors like pressure sensors on robot end-of-arm tooling (EOAT) or non-contact sensors for detecting parts in the mold.
The non-contact sensor also helps to absorb higher shocks and overloads of up to 1,000 percent, compared to 200 percent with typical systems.
Each dust-penetrating, non-contact sensor sends pulses in a 70-degree beam angle, taking multiple measurements from the material surface and continually mapping the material surface to detect changes in level, account for uneven surface topography, and calculate a highly accurate volume estimate for the contents of the silo.
The Selcom SLS5000 series of in-process non-contact sensors is available for use in tire and rubber applications.
This is measured by a TorqSense non-contact sensor that offers the development team the great advantage of not requiring complex and delicate slip rings, making the mixer easier to build (and rebuild between trials) and far more robust in operation.
The emphasis in the project will be to develop a non-contact sensor that provides information about the object geometry.
Because of its extractive, non-contact sensor, the SS500 requires little or no maintenance, calibration, consumables, and extra sensor heads.
Its main product line is accelerator pedals, which incorporate a revolutionary non-contact sensor technology.