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Mastering Machine Vision Inspection: Optimizing Bright Field and Dark Field Illumination Techniques

Date: Wednesday, October 18, 2023
Time: 2:00 PM EDT / 1:00 PM CDT / 11:00 AM PDT
Sponsor: Advanced Illumination
Duration: 1 Hour


This informative webinar will explore the nuances of optimizing bright field and dark field illumination, offering practical solutions for overcoming the most demanding machine vision inspection challenges. Combining the fundamental concepts of angle of incidence and solid angles with practical applications, participants will gain valuable insights into deploying these techniques to achieve enhanced image contrast, improved detail visibility, and superior defect detection. This webinar is essential for professionals seeking to leverage illumination techniques to improve the accuracy of their machine vision systems.


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Brett Thrailkill | Application Manager and Inside Sales | Advanced Illumination

Brett Thrailkill is the Application Manager at Advanced Illumination, a designer and manufacturer of LED lighting assemblies and controllers for machine vision systems. Overseeing the Application and Imaging Labs, his primary responsibility is to address complex machine vision challenges, providing practical and robust solutions to clients in the field.

Before joining Advanced Illumination, Brett held the position of Senior Equipment Technician at Samsung Austin Semiconductor working in the quality management of automated semiconductor production equipment. Prior to working in the semiconductor industry, Brett served 24 years in the United States Navy, holding various roles such as Aviation Electronics Technician, Naval Aircrewman, Navy Diver, and Master Training Specialist. Brett holds a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Education, majoring in Corporate Training and Development.

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