Happy hump day MultiCamers!
Today at the MultiCam headquarters we are testing the 3000 Series Dual-Knife Configuration with MultiVision. This machine has gone through the various stages of production (welding, stress relieving, painting, mill and grid, etc.) and is nearly ready to be shipped to the customer. The machine is placed in the assembly bay, where it is fully assembled and thoroughly tested and inspected.
Once the machine is assembled, the production tester has the important role to make sure that everything on the machine is working properly. After the tester inspects and approves the machine, our quality control staff will review the construction of the machine to ensure the best quality and accuracy. If everything is approved, then the machine can be shipped to the customer.
Below are pictures of the testing phase of the machine.
The router is turned on and needs to be set up to be able to cut out test pieces.
The production tester makes adjustments using the keypad.
The next set up step is to calibrate the machine.
Cutting cardboard material.
Edge cut quality is inspected.
A test for the MultiVision camera is run.
MultiVision is a digital camera and software based system that visually recognizes media registration marks (black dots) –also known as fiducials– and automatically compensates for common cutting issues such as skew, distortion, mounting registration and image drift.
Once the machine is inspected and approved by the production tester, then quality control staff will inspect it further for construction accuracy. After that, the machine is cleaned and prepped ready to be packaged and sent to the customer.