Part Removal Verification in Automotive Assembly
To confirm that an inspector has removed temporary pins used in an automotive assembly for efficient pick-to-light operations.
In an automotive assembly plant, temporary pins—called grenade pins—are used to attach some parts temporarily. To make sure the grenade pins are removed, the inspection station includes a container for the pins that is equipped with an EZ-LIGHT PVA pick-to-light sensor. The PVA verifies that the inspector has removed the pins and tossed them into the container