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Reade Williams, Kenneth P Westlund: Glassware inspection using optical streak detection. Emhart, Arthur B Moore, Arthur J Samodovitz, July 7, 1987: US04679075 (38 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for inspecting transparent articles such as glassware for various types of defects, while conveying the articles past an optical inspection assembly. An article to be inspected is transported through an inspection station where it may undergo rotational and translational motion ...


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Reade Williams, Paul F Scott: Molded code mark reader with elongated read beam. Emhart, Arthur B Moore, December 15, 1987: US04713536 (8 worldwide citation)

A mold number reader for detecting code marks at the heel of a transparent bottle or the like, such code marks desirable being in the form of dots or balls protruding from the bottle's heel. During rotation of the bottle, its heel portion is illuminated with a structured light source in the form of ...


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Reade Williams, Paul F Scott: Mold number reader with field optics photodetector. Emhart, Spencer T Smith, March 28, 1989: US04816668 (6 worldwide citation)

A mold number reader for detecting code marks at the heel of a transparent bottle or the like, such code marks desirable being in the form of dots or balls protruding from the bottle's heel. During rotation of the bottle, its heel portion is illuminated with a structured light source in the form of ...


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Paul Frederick Scott, Reade Williams: Mold identification. Emhart, Farmington, Connecticut 06032, U, XIAO JINGCHUN DU YOUWEN, August 26, 1987: CN86108879

A mold number reader foe detecting code marks (15) at the heel of a transparent bottle or the like, such code marks desirable being in the form of dots or balls protruding from the bottle's heel. During rotation of the bottle, its heel portion is illuminated with a structured collimated light beam ( ...


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Paul Fredrick Scott, Reade Williams: Optical measurement of wall thickness of transparent articles. Emhart, HE YAOHUANG WU ZENGYONG, June 21, 1989: CN88108567

Method and apparatus for accurately measuring the wall thickness of transparent containers at high speeds using a beam of collimated light such as a laser beam. A laser diode and associated optics projects the beam of collimated light along a horizontal incident line intersecting the outer wall of t ...


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