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LMI Technologies

LMI Technologies is a leading manufacturer of non-contact 3D smart sensors for inline factory automation, quality inspection, and material optimisation applications.

The award-winning FactorySmart™ solutions from LMI Technologies improve the quality and efficiency of factory production by providing fast, accurate, reliable inspection solutions that leverage smart 3D technologies. Unlike contact based measurement or 2D vision, the products remove complexity and dramatically reduce implementation cost while achieving repeatable, highly accurate measurement.


LMI Technologies


A cost-effective hardware solution that allows you to accelerate any Gocator sensor.

LMI Gocator 2500

An extremely fast, very compact and advanced Gocator laser line profiler designed for the inspection of small parts.

LMI Gocator 2800

Dual triangulation laser line smart sensor

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LMI Gocator 1300 | 10/2019 Data sheets 277.3 KB
LMI Gocator 2100 datasheet | 10/2019 Data sheets 492.6 KB
LMI Gocator 2300 | 10/2019 Data sheets 386.3 KB
LMI Gocator 2410/2420 datasheet | 10/2019 Data sheets 349.2 KB
LMI Gocator 2430/2440 datasheet | 10/2019 Data sheets 433.1 KB
LMI Gocator 3210 | V1 Data sheets 424.9 KB
LMI Gocator 3504 | 11/2018 Data sheets 478.8 KB
LMI Gocator 3506 | V1.3 Data sheets 471.9 KB

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Four stages of machine vision in industry


Machine vision is a well-established technique across a host of industries, improving quality and efficiency in the manufacturing and processing sectors. Its ability to make inspections reliably and at speed 24/7 makes it an invaluable enabling technology in quality control. Technological advances in machine vision continue to be made rapidly, opening up more and more possibilities.

Direct interfacing of smart 3D vision system with robots


The use of small to medium-sized collaborative robots for factory automation applications is growing at a rapid rate. Many of these applications are pick-and-place, so the robots require machine vision to visualize the scene, process information to make control decisions and execute precision-based mechanical movements.

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