Dr. Schenk - The No. 1 in Plastic Inspection
Since 1985 Dr. Schenk has developped, produced and marketed innovative optical surface inspection and measurement solutions for automated quality assurance and production process monitoring near Munich, Germany.
For over 30 years the systems have proven a key success factor in the making and converting of many materials, e.g. plastics, glass, metal, PV modules, textiles, nonwovens, and the semiconductor industry.
Throughout the world Dr. Schenk’s 300+ employees continue to set new standards for the inspection of surfaces. Over 12,000 m² of modern production and testing facilities are available to research, development and production to apply cutting-edge optics and electronics to customer applications.
The company’s objective is complete customer satisfaction. This is achieved through innovative and practical solutions that can be implemented into new and existing production lines. Local sales and service facilities around the world ensure fast support, technical service, training and consulting at any phase of a project. From modular standard units to highly customized systems – Dr. Schenk’s solutions have precision in focus!
Inspection and Measurement
All of the developments made by Dr. Schenk are based on two complementary fundamental principles: quality control and process monitoring.
Quality control provides the data to facilitate decisions for an optimal combination of efficiency and quality. In that way, manufacturing processes can be checked and adjusted towards the goal of an absolutely perfect productProcess monitoring improves the efficiency and stability of corresponding procedures on the basis of measurement values, without putting the quality standard at risk.
The core performance features of Dr. Schenk systems are:
Detecting surface defects and mapping localized imperfections of materials
Measuring the mechanical and optical characteristics of materials
Rapid and precise analysis of measurement values
In summary, Dr. Schenk systems are ideally suited to 100% surface quality control and process monitoring of materials moving at high speeds at modern, highly efficient manufacturers.