Germany-based Isra Vision will be showcasing its label converter portfolio and demonstrating how to achieve automated quality assurance at Labelexpo Europe in Brussels at the end of this month.
The company’s plug and inspect technology NarrowStar offers an easy has been designed to fit any printing or converting machine for web widths between 330 and 660 millimeters. All of its components such as ISRA-built camera and lighting elements have been integrated into a compact housing. Due to its user-friendly interface, the equipment doesn’t require expert knowledge to operate It, and can be controlled via conventional LAN or wireless network.
The processor used enables image acquisition and processing in real-time. At the same time, the used algorithms allow sustainable inspection performance by the differentiation between relevant and irrelevant quality changes.
Moreover, Isra’s QuickProof technology ensures that the correct job is printed with the PDF approved by the customer. Pseudo defects resulting from process deviations such as changed web tension of the flexible substrate can be eliminated by automatic compensation of position changes.
All relevant errors from the printing of labels or flexible packaging such as splashes, veils, stripes or ink defects are detected and documented. This allows the operator to intervene immediately to eliminate the cause of the error and avoid wastage.
Labelexpo Europe attendees will be able to see the latest Isra’s technologies at stand 8B39 in Hall 8 in Brussels between 23rd and 27th September.