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The 2 MP models are available with 60 fps and global shutter acA Basler also offers monochrome and colour variants with 25 fps in an HDTV format and with rolling shutter acA Olmec UK has designed a turnkey laser height system for inspecting bearings used in the railway industry. Using an LMI Gocator 3D smart camera, which includes an integrated laser source and optics and provides on-board processing of 3D data, the system measures the height of various bearings used in bogies in the rail industry.
The bearing consists of a number of different components and if any part is missing the height of the bearing will differ from that which is expected.
The Gocator sensor is mounted over the existing conveyor on the OE Line and offers a field of view of — mm and a measurement depth range of mm. The Gocator records profile images and measures the height of the finished product.
If the height of the component is not within the expected tolerances then the conveyor belt is stopped and an audible alarm raised as well as an alarm displayed on the touch screen. An integrated industrial PC is connected to the Gocator for management of the overall system. Error handling and interfacing to the existing process is handled using a Programmable Logic Controller. Should an error occur, the conveyor is halted to ensure no faulty product can pass through for packing.
A remote access capability allows Olmec to support the system quickly and easily. The ICX sensor-based LtR reliably delivers full resolution frames at the maximum achievable speed. This camera with a colour or monochrome CCD sensor in 1 optical format provides high resolution of 6MP with an excellent combination of features tailored for applications where high speed, sensitivity and resolution are critical, for example in traffic, tolling, ophthalmology, life sciences, metrology, high-speed inspection, machine vision and NIR applications.
Industrial and scientific applications need to make quantifiable measurements or diagnostics based on nuanced colour variations or minute details in the image.
To provide true-to-life colour in a consistent and repeatable manner, Lumenera has designed advanced Colour Correction Matrices CCMs to better define and contrast colours that are difficult to reproduce orange, red, pink and yellow hues. These advanced techniques retune the image to be true to life.
The cameras feature lower noise electronics, higher-grade components, and Lumenera's unique thermal management technology. The end result is high quality images with extremely low noise and high dynamic range. The camera includes MB of onboard memory for frame buffering, ensuring dependable and reliable image delivery even in the most demanding environments.
For example, a vision system streaming high resolution images while simultaneously executing complex vision algorithms and controlling positioning motors, may experience delayed or suspended response times for a brief instant. When the host response is suspended, built-in memory temporarily holds the image data until the computer is ready to receive again.
Image data will never be lost under reasonable processing conditions. Lumenera takes the lead with the LtR buffer technology delivering all frames at full speed and max resolution without introducing latency.
The compact, lightweight yet robust design of this camera, measuring 43 x 43 x 65 mm, ensures easy integration into tight spaces with 4 mounting points on all 4 sides to withstand rugged industrial applications. The fully locking USB 3. No frame grabber is required. Lumenera has used its extensive knowledge in manufacturing sophisticated scientific cameras, resulting in a high level of product quality, performance repeatability and consistency that is exceptional in the industry.
The three compact Adlink EOS embedded vision systems on the Bloodhound SSC jet and rocket powered car can each accept and record 4 independent HD feeds from cameras in any of the 25 camera locations around the car, meaning that data from 12 cameras can be acquired on any one run. Each recorder also provides a single H.
The live video transmission has to be capable of reliable operation at speeds up to Bloodhound's target of mph. Recent tests in the desert at Hakskeen Pan, South Africa where video from the camera system installed on a Jaguar F-type vehicle was transmitted to a jet aircraft, have shown successful video and audio communication transmissions at closing speeds of up mph, in readiness for the next phase which is integration of the video system into Bloodhound itself.
The video data stream output will be connected to Bloodhound's cockpit instrument panel computer and the vehicle's radio modems via a router. The independent channels from each recorder can be simultaneously transmitted in real time and the cockpit instrument panel computer can also display one of these channels on one of the cockpit instrument displays. The number of camera locations on Bloodhound has now increased to There are five safety-critical locations and camera feeds from these will be used on all runs.
These cover the instruments and controls, forward facing and rear facing fin tops, the rocket fuel connection hose and the rocket plume. Small scale rocket plume imaging tests carried out last year showed that the UV range of the spectrum provides useful information in addition to traditional colour imaging of the rocket output.
The next stage of testing will be on the actual rocket to be used on Bloodhound. The rocket plume will be recorded in Finland using an Optronis high speed camera and the UV camera in the near future. We continue to work closely with the Bloodhound engineering team to address each issue as it arises, and we are delighted that we are keeping up to pace with the overall development program.
The MTC was established in with the objective of bridging the gap between academia and industry and has more than 60 members, including many of the UK's leading engineering companies. The MTC provides a unique environment to bring the country's leading academics, engineers and industry professionals together to develop and demonstrate new technologies on an industrial scale. This allows its clients to develop new manufacturing processes in a neutral industrial setting without the constraints of a commercial production environment.
MTC delivers solutions across UK manufacturing, with clients representing a diverse range of companies across a number of sectors. These include aerospace automotive, transport, healthcare, ICT, robotics, food production, defence and marine. With 'automated Inspection and artificial intelligence' forming part of the 'Intelligent Automation' research theme and 'automated in-process and digital inspection' featuring strongly in the 'Metrology and NDT 'research theme, MTC had already established a Vision Laboratory as part of its world class facilities.
We are currently the only member who specialises in vision technology. The MTC offers a tailored service designed to meet the needs of individual companies and is not limited to MTC members. This comprehensive display illustrates the breadth of imaging technology available for both industrial and scientific applications.
Lenses and optics from Sill Optics, Schneider Kreuznach and Zeiss will be on show, as well as those from Opto Engineering whose product range includes a variety of lenses that perfectly match all Xenics IR cameras.
In addition, an updated version of the LensSENSOR app for the easy calculation and design of optics for machine vision systems is now available. The Imaging and Vision Handbook has been available for Apple devices since the beginning of , and the release of Vision Docs means that that it can now be accessed over all mobile platforms. This valuable reference source for the technical fundamentals in all areas of imaging and machine vision is fully searchable and the selection guides are interactive enabling quick access to the relevant data.
Specifying any two of the parameters of focal length, object distance and object size allows automatic calculation of the third. The app also allows the determination of the maximum object width and height, working distance and aperture angle after selecting the sensor size used.
The app can also calculate the maximum resolution which can be achieved depending on the particular configuration. LensSENSOR also reliably helps machine vision users choose the most appropriate data transfer interface either by issuing a recommendation or by calculating the maximum data rate depending on the selected data type, sensor resolution and the interface used.
This comprehensive event features over 40 seminars plus machine vision training tasters from the European Imaging Academy, hands-on workshops with 2D and 3D vision systems and an exhibition by over 25 leading machine vision manufacturers. The 40 seminars are split over 6 parallel tracks and will focus on learning rather than product presentations.
Newcomers to vision can learn how machine vision can add value and acquire knowledge of what to ask when specifying and buying vision systems. Vision experts can hear from industry experts about new techniques, new standards and new technologies.
Everyone will have the opportunity to meet integrators and gain contacts in the growing area of automation as well as networking with experts in the field of machine vision. One track will exclusively be delivered by the European Imaging Academy's chief instructor and will feature sessions covering all aspects of machine vision theory. Another track will provide extended hands-on sessions using the latest machine vision technology.
Anyone wishing to attend can download the full program and register on-line at www. The registration process will allow attendees to configure their personal agenda and request specific meetings and discussions. Some sessions are likely to be particularly popular and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, so early registration is strongly encouraged.
An added bonus is the lunchtime keynote speech to be delivered by Richard Noble OBE, previous land speed record holder and project director of Bloodhound SSC - the British attempt to be the first to break mph on land. This will be based on the highly successful version held in Germany in November , which attracted more than visitors.
There will be a wide range of informative talks covering all aspects of machine vision, from introductory to advanced user level, with a number of parallel sessions so that visitors can choose to attend the blend of talks that best meet their needs.
The talks will focus on the latest technology and developments rather than specific products. At the same time, over 25 machine vision manufacturers are expected to exhibit, running hands-on demonstrations of hardware and software that you can dip in and out of between presentations! The technology forum builds on this event and harnesses content from the successful forum in held recently in Germany. I am very excited to bring such an event to the UK.
There will be demonstrations of portion control, high speed label inspection and the inspection of fill levels in opaque bottles. On show will be the LMI Gocator 3D smart camera carrying out 3D profiling on blocks of cheese with the resulting volumetric measurements used to control the position of the cutting knife for slicing. High-speed label inspection is an integral tool for the packaging industry. This will be illustrated using a high resolution line scan camera to acquire images from objects moving at high speed for bar code reading, lot code reading and logo positioning.
Fill level determination of liquids in opaque bottles requires the use of cameras sensitive to near infrared radiation, allowing them to see through the bottle. This will be demonstrated using one of the latest NIR cameras, which can also check the correct alignment of the cap on the bottle. These new XDR models are optimized to provide extended dynamic range, better signal-to-noise ratio and improved overall performance in a wide range of lighting conditions.
Used in a variety of applications, including the detection of small defects at high speeds and over a large field of view in LCD and OLED flat panel displays, printed circuit boards, film and large format web materials, the Piranha XL XDR offers true exposure control.
Applications where the product speed may vary lead to under or over exposure when exposure times are fixed. Exposure control, however, provides more precise control and consistent exposure however much the speed may vary.
Exposure control also allows different exposures on different lines for extended dynamic range. This delivers extremely high image quality for high-speed applications. The high speed and high resolution brings faster throughput and can also lower system cost since with fewer cameras may be needed for any given application.
The choice of 8 or 12 rows provides the flexibility to meet a larger number of inspection needs. The improved signal-to-noise ratio ensures better detection of smaller defects in various lighting conditions. The new camera features the field-proven industry-standard CLHS interface for very high speed data transfer over long transmission distances with flexible cabling.
T2IR provides monitoring, diagnostics, track and trace, and buffers to further improve reliability, which in turn delivers more uptime, more productivity, and lower costs. And this combination delivers fast measurement and inspection for the production plant — a feature which is mostly demanded, when having to detect defects and to reject faulty products in an early stage of the production process The Sentech GigE cameras are therefore ideal industry cameras with their fast frame rate and high resolution.
The application areas are in medical engineering, as well as in the pharmaceutical industry, but also in the automotive branch an in most areas of industrial automation. The graphical user interface can be handled intuitively and easily. And with the GUI-Designer, the creation of an individual user interface is also very easy.
More information is available at http: Uju has spent last 12 weeks as a junior engineer, working closely with the design department, engineering, electrical and production engineers on live projects from concept to production. Student placementBy working on a series of tasks to cover several aspects of engineering, Uju has obtained an opportunity to make an informed judgement about her future career and wants to pursue a career in automation. The raw data is then passed on to the CS-3D software, which generates the corresponding height map and color image using the massive parallel processing capability of a GPU.
The MIL software processes and analyzes the height map and color image for detailed 2D and 3D surface inspection. Peter Kempf, key account manager, Chromasens GmbH. MIL 10 and this update are also available for evaluation. About Chromasens GmbH Founded in , Chromasens GmbH designs, develops and produces innovative image capturing and processing systems to satisfy the most stringent of demands.
Chromasens' expertise lies in the development of both components and systems. The optical, electronic and mechanical elements of high-performance cameras and illumination systems are perfectly adapted to suit the specific tasks faced by each individual customer.
It currently has approximately 50 employees. Production, as well as research and development, takes place in Germany. Chromasens offers professional advice and support throughout each phase of the project cycle to its direct and project customers who require customized, individual image capturing solutions. The company's standardized image processing components are distributed worldwide via certified value-added distributors. For more information, visit http: With these external frame grabbers, Camera Link cameras can transport high-speed imaging and video data over the widely available USB 3.
These cameras can also be used with a broader selection of smaller form factor, low-power computing platforms to help reduce system costs.
The CL-U3 delivers extra benefits including high bandwidth output, extended operating temperature range, and extensive GPIO functionality enabling real-time, low-jitter triggering of cameras, and synchronisation of other vision system components.
The workstation connection is a standard USB 3. Because of this designers are able to reduce system size, cost, and power consumption by using computing platforms with smaller form factors, such as laptops, embedded computers, and single-board computers. Designed for automating basic inspection tasks on production line, such as detecting the presence or absence of features and performing simple measurements, the self-contained Boa Spot provides vision system performance at vision sensor pricing.
Boa Spot vision sensors combine the power and flexibility of a BOA vision system with integrated LED lighting with multiple available colours, lens cover, and easy-to-use software to deliver high value capabilities at a low cost of ownership.
Available with x or x image resolution, the new vision sensors can inspect multiple part features at the same time, and at higher speeds and with greater accuracy than traditional photoelectric sensors. Embedded vision tools are provided for part locating, feature finding, counting and measuring applications. A simple graphic user interface allows these tools to be combined and used numerous times to solve simple or complex inspection tasks.
The low cost of ownership means that Boa Spot can be used at more points of inspection on manufacturing and packaging lines to give better failure analysis and allow corrective action to be taken more quickly and easily. This improves quality, reduces scrap, and increases throughput. Boa Spot can be run on the same network as other vision systems in the Boa range. Inspections can be triggered by parts in motion or from a PLC after being moved into a stationary position.
A slim form factor with an IP67 rated housing, thru- and surface-mounting options and a choice of C-mount or M lenses allows Boa Spot to be deployed in the most demanding of factory environments. The impressive array of data acquisition modes combines unparalleled imaging possibilities with data transmission at rates exceeding the GigE limit.
An increased operating temperature range together with proven camera reliability are provided in a slim-line, lightweight package for integration into tight spaces. Using 'burst' and cycling modes and multiple regions of interest ROI , image data can be acquired more quickly.
All the usual advantages of Gigabit Ethernet technology are retained, such as transmitting data over standard CAT-5e and CAT-6 cables to distances of up to m. This powerful combination means that inspection applications can be run faster. TurboDrive uses a sophisticated pixel analysis and processing method for image encoding that allows data transfer at rates up to double that of standard GigE Vision dependent on the image itself. DALSA's well-established 'Trigger to Image Reliability' methodology ensures highly reliable acquisition control throughout the image capture and processing sequence with no loss of image data.
Up to 16 ROIs can be set up to limit the read-out of image data only to the important parts of the object. This reduces data acquisition time and the computing power needed for processing. The burst mode allows fast events to be captured by grabbing image data at the highest sensor rate and buffering them in the large onboard image memory, rather than being limited by GigE speeds.
The buffered data are only transferred when the camera is idle, such as when when a conveyor belt moves forward. Exceptional processing flexibility is offered by the cycling mode, which enables every image in a sequence to be set up for a different light source, lighting angle, exposure time, gain and more, allowing more information to be obtained from a single pass with a single camera. For example multiple illumination set-ups of the same object increase defect detection and production security without complex external electronics.
The cycling mode allows a single Genie Nano camera to deliver a large amount of information in a single pass. This is equivalent to that obtained from multiple cameras, or camera and frame grabber combinations, reducing overall system cost and complexity. Stroboscopes cover a wide field of applications such as film, paper and print for production, research and development or quality control.
The human eye is not able to perceive single objects during quick and repeated moving processes. By using a stroboscope these processes can be easily viewed. Light flashes produced coordinated to the movement illuminate the moving process continuously in the same position, leading to the creation of an apparent static picture.
Vibrations, rotational and other periodical processes can be observed. Thanks to the UV LEDs the stroboscope can make fluorescent security features visible in the ongoing production process. With the UV stroboscope light source the user can emit extremely short and efficient light pulses with a wave length of nm. The results are high contrast images without any motion blur at up to frames per second.
The functional range in LED design covers consistent, continuous brightness in the complete frequency range, slow motion observation or change of the observation point phase shift. Typical fields of applications: Textile industry, printing and paper industry, optical industry, engines, turbines, automotive engineering, packaging, vibration analysis, chemical industry, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, film production, medical applications, filling, high speed video and more.
The triannual PPMA Total Show welcomed leading packaging and processing machinery manufacturers to showcase the latest technological innovations and discuss key business opportunities with more than 7, visitors. Hon Lord Francis Maude, former Minister of State for Trade and Investment opened the exhibition and delivered the opening address on both the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. Presenting an optimistic outlook on the future, Lord Maude said: But we have several advantages.
First, we unequivocally want Free Trade Agreements. Second, we can focus on what is of interest to us and us alone. There will be twists and turns and bumps along the way. But I have no doubt that there are huge opportunities as well; and that British manufacturing companies are incredibly well-placed to exploit them. Hon Lord Francis Maude, but a range of industry experts who tackled the most pressing issues such as hygiene compliance, food and packaging waste and the skills gap.
Adding to growing national debate on food and packaging waste, Claire Shrewsbury, Packaging Programme Manager for WRAP, educated visitors on the number of government programmes that promote both environmental improvements and the cost benefits to industry, including current projects with GlassRite Wine, and the benefits of developing recycled food grade PP processes. Emma discussed her own career as well as how Mondelez are responding to the skills gap, mentoring young engineers from the beginning of their career to build their skills quickly to become chartered professional engineers.
It is nice to hear real industry experts addressing the problems of the industry as a whole. By coming to a show like this, I am able to listen to a range of expert opinions all under one roof. TIPA, a developer and manufacturer of breakthrough bio-based, fully compostable, flexible packaging, also announced its partnership with UK social enterprise, Snact, who make snacks from surplus product.
Fortress Technology unveiled the latest version of its Halo automatic test technology. For food suppliers, it offers a more robust, objective and auditable testing procedure, satisfying the most demanding retailer Codes of Practice. We took a number of orders on the stand and achieved a great deal of interest on our new Halo automatic testing technology that we unveiled and demonstrated at the show, particularly from the pharmaceutical industry. Awards were presented in 14 hotly contested categories, covering every facet of the industry from processing and packaging to the environment, vision and automation.
Factory automation and inspection, carried out by machine vision systems, is becoming increasingly important in the production processes of diverse industries such as automotive, electronics and pharmaceutical packaging.
The series consists of 40 different models in a variety of configurations and colours. In contrast to established MCV light series, the peak wavelength for the red. The CompaVis series mainly consists of a variety of configurations included ring, bar and square bar illumination models. In total 40 different types are available with red, white or blue.
IR and UV options are available upon request along with customised designs. The BOA is packaged in a small rugged IPrated enclosure that fits easily into existing production lines, machinery or moving equipment, especially where space is at a premium or where washdown is required.
Like the other models in the BOA range, it is available with a choice of monochrome or colour sensors as well as three versions of embedded software to provide users with maximum flexibility. Sensor resolution ranges from x pixels to x pixels. The embedded software applications available are: The versatile iNspect Express software is designed to offer a balance between ease-of-use and flexibility, while IDR is a subset of iNspect Express streamlined for identification and tracking applications.
Sherlock is an advanced application that offers maximum design flexibility and can be applied to a wide variety of automated inspection applications. One of their most popular cameras is the Dhyana A which is designed to meet the challenges of ultra-low light detection, high dynamic range and high speed imaging applications.
Dhyana A represents the most advanced imaging technology in the world. Compared to the traditional cooled CCDs, The Dhyana A has advantages of lower noise, higher sensitivity, wider dynamic range, faster read speed.
The Dhyana A is ideally suited for life science, physics, astronomy, etc, where ultra high performance is required. The Dhyana A brings a new breakthrough in the field of digital imaging. For more information http: We had a successful show even though the infamous British weather did its best to spoil the show. Together with Kawasaki Robotics, the stand staged a live demonstration - an intelligent dice playing robotic system where a robot was set up to roll the dice andsee the number on the dice upper face.
Thanks to all who attended the show. The high winds and foul rain did not discourage visitors from attending. This proved what a great show it was. A number of innovative solutions will be on display.
Don't miss the opportunity to meet us at booth F25, Hall The camera system is one of several that are planned in total and will initially be used in conjunction with other engineering sensors to observe what is happening around the vehicle during testing.
These trials will also enable an evaluation to be made of the optimum placement of the cameras in the chassis. The system features four colour GigE cameras that are all streaming HD resolution colour video in real time to a rugged and compact Adlink EOS embedded vision system equipped with an Intel Core i7 processor.
The four independent Gigabit Ethernet ports can provide data transfer rates up to 4. Gecko automatically starts up when the system is powered up, connects to the cameras and starts recording video from the cameras to video files. The system also provides for some digital output signals from the embedded PC to be integrated with the rest of the Bloodhound management system. This allows video recording to be started and stopped with the engine and provides sync signals from the video to the rest of the engine system, as well as providing digital status and fault lines.
The next phase of the system may involve even smaller cameras since some positions on the vehicle, such as the wing-tips, are very tight on space. In addition, high speed cameras may be used to provide more engineering information. So called Collaborative Robots, which are designed to work alongside humans without fencing are opening up a huge number of new possibilities for robotic automation. Universal Robots lightweight robot is 6-axis, weighing 18 kg and with a 5 kg payload arm.
It has a speed rating of 1m per second and runs on single-phase AC power and has a typical pay back of 6 months. The UR10 variant is also available with double the payload. With a footprint of only mm, the collaborative robot arm will demonstrate how humans and robots can work together safely. With no guarding needed there is less space requirement and the robots can easily be redeployed to a new task. Visitors to the stand N61 will have the chance to interact with a LIVE robot and experience the simplicity of programming.
The IMX sensor offers outstanding light sensitivity, dynamic range, and colour reproduction in combination with frame rates up to fps. Available in monochrome or colour versions, the sensor provides a resolution of x pixels. The Pregius global shutter pixel technology utilises a special pixel structure that allows use of the noise reduction methods normally used in Sony's low-noise CCD sensors without any compromise of the inherent high dynamic range of this CMOS sensor.
This system not only prevents motion blur, but virtually eliminates noise in the image bringing a sensitivity previously unattainable in CMOS sensors. The sensor's extremely high dynamic range of over 70 dB allows the capture of scenes with high contrast ranges.
The resulting additional information available in the images is important in many applications, such as traffic management control systems where the image detail can help prevent accidents. In addition, there are considerable benefits in space saving since less illumination equipment is required.
The sensor's high sensitivity allows the camera aperture to be stopped down giving increased depth of focus, bringing higher process stability and reliability thanks to improved detail in the image. With a choice of GigE Vision or USB3 interfaces we can supply the best solution to meet individual needs for industrial inspection, outdoor applications with dynamic lighting situations, low light level applications, security and surveillance and HD broadcast analysis such as for sports analytics.
In addition, more Sony Pregius global shutter sensors with 3. It incorporates three LUTs, sophisticated colour correction algorithms, a robust metal housing, and many modular options such as angled heads or board level versions and is optionally available with Power over Ethernet.
Delivering up to 55 frames per second the GigE Vision interface facilitates cable lengths of up to meters. Cognex Tyre Solutions integrate proprietary machine vision knowledge, identification expertise and high-performance barcode reading technology into pre-configured systems that meet the specific requirements of the tyre industry. When the lifecycle of a tyre spans multiple locations, buildings, and cities or countries, accurate tyre identification is essential for managing compliance, work in progress, sorting and routing, and quality control.
With patented algorithms for high-speed barcode and Optical Character Recognition OCR reading technology, the new Cognex Tyre Solutions provide advanced, reliable reading results. Designed to reduce costs and support process improvement, these Cognex Solutions offer tyre manufacturers greater peace of mind with the following features: Cognex Tyre Solutions are common stocked products backed by dedicated support networks that provide expedited product delivery.
For more information about Cognex Tyre Solutions, visit http: For details visit Cognex online at http: MIL 10 R2 for Linux gives users even more ready-made tools to solve 2D and 3D vision challenges from within the familiar and proven MIL API along with numerous productivity enhancements that will reduce time and effort required to bring solutions to market.
Enhancements for 3D vision include calibration of multiple sheet-of-light and camera systems to work as one; a new, more robust peak detection algorithm and a new 3D surface registration tool. Enhancements for 2D vision include additional image pre-processing, additions to the ID mark reading and verification tools, new color-relative calibration, a new dedicated circle matcher and additional speed optimizations. It is also available for evaluation.
MIL includes tools for every step in the process: The toolkit features interactive software and programming functions for image capture, processing, analysis, annotation, display, and archiving. The highest-quality hardware components delivered in a rugged chassis ensure robustness and long-life service. Three different models are available according to the application requirements, featuring the ultimate Intel multi-core chipsets: Superior image processing capabilities, combined with the GigE high speed connectivity, make the MX-E Series the perfect choice for demanding multi-camera vision inspections in any industry, from packaging to pharmaceutical, and electronics to automotive.
Roy Fowler and his international company UPM Conveyors have updated their conveyor technology and processes to suit the changing market. As a result, UPM have established a product testing area in conjunction with 3D software to simulate the customer's production environment.
This advancement works to prove the viability of a solution and allows UPM to offer a Performance Guarantee based on equipment performing to the agreed specification. In the event of any issues arising, UPM then supply labour and parts to remedy the situation totally free of charge.