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Automotive industry Control / Contactless measurement

Saint-Gobain integrates the automated NDT contactless measurement process for glazing products


To meet the production challenges of the automotive sector, the Saint-Gobain group is automating its control process and improving its performance. The objective of this key stage is to measure the conformity of glazing products at the end of the production process: defect detection, characterization of part shapes, inspection traceability.


With the eScan contactless measurement technology, Supratec has a technological leadership position. The high-precision measuring system checks the 3D shape reproduced from the data acquired by the two control heads. Totally autonomous, the robotic cell operates with a high execution speed (cycle time < 5 sec.) and sanctions non-compliant production in real-time with an automated inspection report.
Contactless measurement technology eliminates the risk of destruction during inspection operations and reduces the cost of tools and tracking them over time.
This application is equipped with our dedicated MMI to guarantee the simultaneous serving of the two robots and the monitoring of data.

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Did you know?

In Europe, one in two cars is equipped with glazing from Saint-Gobain Group production lines. This represents an equivalent of 14 million vehicles equipped each year. (source

Benefits at a glance

  • Accuracy of measurement
  • Trajectory repeatability at 0.1 mm
  • Reduction of control cycle time < 5 seconds
  • Traceability and instant data acquisition

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