Vision Inspection Systems

Robust vision-inspection, metal detection, checkweigh & x-ray solutions for Australian manufacturing industries

Inspection technologies such as check-weigh, metal detection, x-ray and vision inspection ensure your products meet both yours and your customers’ quality standards and specifications, as well as the end customers’ expectations. So you know your products are functional and “shelf ready”. 

They mean the right amount of product — and just the product — go out your doors. 

For you as a manufacturer, this reduces rework and wastage, making your packaging process leaner and more reliable, hence optimising your profits. 

iQVision is Australia’s first national company dedicated to solutions for automated inspection on the production line — such as machine inspection and vision systems — as well as checkweigh, X-ray and metal detection.  

iQVision works with manufacturing companies to:

  • Install new inspection systems to improve QA processes
  • Deliver turnkey solutions including software to capture quality metrics for continuous process improvement and line control
  • Support existing inspection technology installations across the country

Our reliable, robust machine solutions allow Australian manufacturers to implement objective QA and enhance your process control. See how we can do the same for you. 

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Read the latest Inspection blog articles

Catch weigh vs checkweigh? What needs to be NMI certified?
20 Mar 2018
What’s the difference between “catch weigh” and “checkweigh” systems? And do they need to be certified by the National Measurement Institute? Here we take you through the basics.
Which is best: manual or automated quality control (QC)?
7 Feb 2018
Cost pressures to produce top quality goods at ever-lower prices – while protecting your profit margin – is a balance Australian manufacturers practise every day. Automated QC with automated vision inspection can help. Here we look at how, including the ROI.
Calibrating and testing all types of inspection equipment
23 Nov 2017
To ensure inspection equipment is fit for purpose and doing its job properly, it must be calibrated correctly and then tested before it becomes a useful part of a business’s quality control (QC) process.
Emerging vision technology has ancient application
1 Sep 2017
Vision inspection has many uses in quality control (QC) & quality assurance (QA). Here we look at its application in restoring ancient paintings and documents. Unlike invasive chemical analysis, vision is non-damaging and non intrusive. See how it’s helping historians restore ancient artefacts.
Points to consider in choosing the right checkweigher
28 Jul 2017
You’ve determined you need a checkweigher for QC and QA, but how do you choose one? iQVision takes you through 5 factors to consider in choosing a checkweigher: accuracy, line rate, system environment, package type, integration.
Tips on ROI for vision inspection systems
21 Jun 2017
Automated vision inspection systems are more accurate than manual inspection. But what about ROI? Here are some rock-solid ways to calculate it. Interestingly, the biggest impact is not in freeing up a worker. Check out our guide for more.
Metal detection vs X-ray inspection: which is better?
26 May 2017
Is metal detection or an X-ray system better to detect foreign contaminants in your products before they leave your processing plant? This blog talks you through how to choose the best way to protect your brand.
The top five problems vision inspection can solve
6 Apr 2017
Automated vision inspection is objective, automated and highly repeatable, meaning it can solve many problems much faster and more accurately than humans can detect. Here are the top five problems vision inspection can solve: flaw detection, positioning, identification, verification & measurement.
Cost-effective vision-enhanced industrial automation
3 Mar 2017
Vision-enhanced industrial automation is a showcase example of embedded vision. Embedded vision can add valuable capabilities to existing products and even open up new markets and it’s being used in a host of different manufacturing plants.
Which inspection technology should you use?
13 Jan 2017
Choosing which inspection technology to use depends very much upon your need, your product and your industry. To best explain what to use when, we’ve chosen some common problems, then shown the solution that matches them.