Flask printer promises error reduction
25 January 2013
Kaye-Dee equipment demonstrations will include printing 4 colours on to a medical flask using the Teca-Print TPX 201 servo driven, sealed pot machine with optical print image inspection. This involves a camera captur
This involves a camera capturing the picture of the printed part and displaying it on an LCD monitor enabling the operator to see an enlarged view of the printed image.
The operator can evaluate the printing quality and make any necessary corrections immediately, for example, ink adjustment and cleaning.
The removal of a faulty print image before the drying has taken place can enable the re-use of the part and reduce the amount of rejected parts. The manufacturer says the optical vision control system provides a cost effective method for image control. The Series X2 pad printing machines include spacious work area, touch screen control and integration of standard peripheral devices. MEDTEC Stand 1960