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Laser Inspection Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of laser inspection system manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top laser inspection system manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find laser inspection system companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture laser inspection systems to your companies specifications. Then contact the laser inspection system companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of laser inspection systems, laser scanning services, laser inspection equipment, or customized laser inspections of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Avon, IN 317-272-2577

    Decision Technology is a reliable, experienced provider of machine vision systems and related engineering, integration and services. Our cost-effective machine vision solutions cover a wide range of applications and technologies, and include complete turn-key systems as well as consulting.

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  • Pointe-Claire, QC 514-694-9290

    VISIONx INC. is a manufacturer and distributor of a variety of machine vision products. Products include automated imaging, visual inspection, high accuracy measurement systems, support software, specialized hardware components for machine vision, image analysis, general defect detection products, and meteorology products. Industries served include electronics and semiconductors among others.

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  • Miamisburg, OH 937-886-3232

    INVOTEC Engineering, Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of machine assembly, machine test, and machine inspection products. Products include laser, vision, and welding systems. Industries served include the medical device, aerospace, military, automotive, electronic, and consumer products industries.

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  • Renton, WA 800-762-1149

    Omron Microscan is a global leader in technology for precision data acquisition and control solutions serving a wide range of automation and OEM applications. Omron Microscan focuses on technologies of automatic identification (auto ID), machine vision, and illumination with application solutions ranging from basic barcode reading up to complex machine vision inspection, gauging, and measurement.

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  • Southington, CT 800-937-9336

    Our machine vision systems serve in many diverse industries including renewable energy, drive technology, machinery, plant construction, transport and many others. We have been in business for over sixty years and we are dedicated to putting each and every year of experience to work for our customers with every encounter that we are a part of! To learn more about what we may do for you visit our website today!

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Laser Inspection


Laser inspection is one of the most common uses for machine vision as it provides heightened quality control assurance with speed and precision unmatched by a human workforce. This technology introduces an opportunity for manufacturing quality, uniform and consistent products to a degree not easily achieved with human or other optical inspection systems.

Laser inspection involves the use of a specific type of photoelectric sensor that employs a highly focused beam of light to detect surface defects at a microscopic level, count parts as they move through production and scan codes or serial numbers as needed for a given application. While other vision inspection systems are also used to this extent, many industries prefer lasers which offer non destructive mechanical and structural evaluation for parts, equipment, repairs and products. Aerospace, warehouse, pharmaceutical, automotive, food processing, communications, and retail industries among others rely heavily upon laser inspection services in conjunction with vision sensors and software. With such broad capabilities, it is important to consider the performance specifications of a given laser inspection system with regards for its intended use in the industrial or commercial sector. Common concerns include sensing mode, detecting range, position measurement window, resolution, available memory and response time. Properly applied laser inspection technology allows for the partial or fully automated sequencing of in-process and in-line testing and surveillance of products and materials.


The word laser is actually an acronym for “light amplification of stimulated emission of radiation.” While many different wavelengths and types of lasers are widely available they share common features. The light produced by a laser is a coherent, monochromatic and highly directional. Furthermore, these beams do not expand over long distances as does ordinary light. This is important as it allows the extreme accuracy required in laser inspection applications. Accurate results are not, however, achieved by the use of lasers alone. Instead, the devices are used in conjunction with vision sensors, processors and vision software to provide manufacturers with the complete data set for an object, component or material. The function of these photoelectric emitters and receivers is relatively straightforward. A mirror is used to direct a focused beam of consistent wavelength towards the surface of the item to be examined. The light is then reflected back in varying amounts and intensities which are measured by pre-programmed software which collects the data and translates it into a user friendly readout. Fully automated systems go a step further and use this data to engage machines or robotics to remove defective components or sort parts as needed. Some laser inspection applications require that every item be passed under the device, while others select samples at random. Although the latter leaves some room for error, it is sufficient in most settings and still provides more adequate coverage than visual inspections by the workforce.



Laser Inspection
Laser Inspection
Laser Inspection - Fusion System Group
Laser Inspection - Fusion System Group