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Brian Schriver


Brian Schriver is the Product Manager for Error Proofing Sensors at Rockwell Automation. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He can be reached at the e-mail address below. bhschriver@ra.rockwell.com


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The Power of Vision-Simplified   October 24, 2008
By: Brian Schriver

For complex inspection and part-placement applications, the vision system-and all the expenses required to support it-may be the only way to go. But for those less-demanding vision tasks, there's a solution that gets the job done without breaking the bank.

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The Power of Vision-Simplified   October 21, 2008
By: Brian Schriver

For complex inspection and part-placement applications, the vision system-and all the expenses required to support it-may be the only way to go. But for those less-demanding vision tasks, there's a solution that gets the job done without breaking the bank.

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Quality Control and the Art of Error Proofing   February 22, 2008
By: Brian Schriver

The elimination or-at the very least-the maximum reduction of product defects is paramount to manufacturers' efforts to maintain customer satisfaction. Error proofing is a common sense approach that uses awareness, detection, and prevention to meet this goal. Because sensors are a fundamental part...more >>

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To Err Is Not Divine   February 19, 2008
By: Brian Schriver

The hope of every manufacturing management team is to deliver defect-free product. But if that isn't feasible, then the next goal is to minimize defects as much as possible. That's where error proofing comes into play. While it in no way accepts even a small number of defects, its two-pronged...more >>




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