Testing for surface defects, flatness and geometry

Fast and Reliable Surface Testing

Advic® stands for “Advanced Vision Check”. The system inspects flat metallic products such as sheet metal stampings with different shapes and profiles for surface defects, flatness, dimensional accuracy and hardness. Our System replaces the manual quality inspection of stamped parts, which is complex, time-consuming and prone to error. Accuracies of 1/100 of a mm are typically achieved by the geometry inspection.

On request, we will be happy to provide you with the typical parameters and boundary conditions of this system. 

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Your advantages with our System

Fast and reliable System

Inspection of 100% of the products in sync with production

Changeover for type change takes place fully automatically in a few seconds

You want to check surfaces safely and automatically?

Contact us to find specific solutions for your company. In the last 40 years we have solved many more tasks than we can list here.


Surface inspection of flat metal parts for scratches, impact marks, grooves, contamination, etc. is faster and more reliable with Advic® than before. Unit costs are reduced and quality is demonstrably increased at the same time. 
Defective stamped parts are automatically classified and safely deposited in separate boxes.

The operation of the inspection system is extremely user-friendly. The changeover in case of a type change can be carried out fully automatically within a few seconds by key input. Test and limit values for surface defects, geometry and flatness of the stamped parts can be individually specified and changed. Advic® automatically compensates for colour differences between batches.
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Inspection and sorting follow the material flow of production. This means that Advic® can be integrated with virtually no interfaces. The system can also be extended to include, for example, hard / soft part inspection by means of eddy current.

Defective or not flat or dimensionally accurate stamped parts are automatically classified and safely deposited in separate boxes. The ejection of the defective parts is monitored.

The geometry of the punched parts can vary almost at will. The throughput is typically up to 12 punched parts per second, which are automatically turned and inspected on both sides.