When you invest in vision inspection systems, you can feel confident that you will receive seamless monitoring for your printed images from the machine. If you are looking for superior defect detection, it is important to consider the equipment that is used. When you properly select the equipment you will be able to inspect the following:
1. All types of processes: blanks, cut-outs, sheets, web.
2. All types of printing methods: digital, flexo, offset, gravure, etc.
3. All types of materials including metal, cardboard, paper or foil.
4. For all types of special applications including RFID and flexible electronic circuits.
When you utilize print inspection systems that are freely scalable they will provide a rate of 100 percent documentation and monitoring of print quality. They are able to be implemented during any and all stages of the printing process, both inline as well as offline. The print inspection is actually based on the coverage of the entire image due to the integrated line cameras, which are high speed and that feature a high level of resolution. This eliminates the need for moving components as the modular and scalable design will ensure the print inspection equipment is able to be used with any type of process environment. These systems will deliver the superior inspection results even when set at the top level printing speeds, which helps to eliminate any sheet offset or web fluctuations, which are obstacles for a number of other printing businesses.
With efficient algorithms as well as innovative technology, reliable recognition of all the defects that may reduce quality, including water drips, smears, scratches, hickeys, smears, splashes, coating defects embossing and mis-registrations are easily recognized. Additionally, the integrated database will save the actual inspection results, which will help to provide information about the quality of the product as well as provide information on how it can be prevented in the future.
When you integrate these types of inspection systems, there are a number of advantages you will see, which include:
1. A production process that is more flexible.
2. Optimized equipment efficiency and productivity.
3. Print inspection and documentation of 100 percent.
4. No waste that is unrecognized, which helps to guarantee product safety.
5. Overcoming the limitations of human eyes.
Implementing vision inspection equipment will help all types of industries. Be sure to select the proper type of equipment when you begin shopping around to ensure that it is able to be integrated properly with your current equipment.
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