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X-Ray detection system with enhanced vision software
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X-Ray detection system with enhanced vision software

This video of Thermo Fisher Scientific's NextGuard X-Ray Detection System is a solid entry-level choice for those seeking to upgrade from metal detection for enhanced capabilities, especially with new vision software upgrades.
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Modules enable in-house system servicing
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Modules enable in-house system servicing

Novus X-ray's CCPX modules make it possible for end users to service every aspect of the X-ray system's operation. Processing, X-ray, HMI and input-output modules are simple to install and eliminate the need for a service call.
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Mettler Toledo: X-ray inspection systems

See it at PACK EXPO, Booth #S-1706! Mettler Toledo’s X36 Series of X-ray inspection systems enable food and pharmaceutical manufacturers to inspect products for contamination and quality at up to 300 products/min on both single and multi-line operations, while reducing energy consumption.
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Heat and Control: X-ray inspection system for overlapping product inspection

See it at PACK EXPO Booth # N-4706! The new Ishida IX-G2 X-ray inspection system for overlapping product inspection from Heat and Control uses a unique dual energy process that compares absorption of x-rays on two levels to improve detection of low-density objects in overlapped products; the system also detects thin pieces of metal, glass, rubber, hard bones, and other foreign objects in products that have uneven surfaces, like cereal and certain frozen foods.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific: Vision software enhances food inspection x-ray platform

With the addition of customizable product verification vision software, Thermo Fisher Scientific’s NextGuard X-ray platform helps food producers meet an even broader range of food safety and quality requirements including missing pieces or components, and under/over fills – in addition to inspecting for contaminants.
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Eagle Product Inspection: Image analysis software

SimulTask PRO inspects products for contaminants, product and packaging defects, check weighs and counts components.
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Eagle Product Inspection: X-ray inspection system

Eagle’s new Tall PRO XSDV, a dual view x-ray inspection system for packaged products comes complete with a special new reject function.
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Loma: X-ray inspection system

Designed to provide product integrity, ease of cleaning, and reduced maintenance in food packaging lines, Loma’s X⁵ x-ray redesigned inspection system also delivers maximum uptime in round-the-clock manufacturing sites while identifying and rejecting the smallest contaminants at line speeds of up to 394 ft./min.
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Thermo Scientific: X-Ray system inspects large food packages

Using a larger aperture, the Xpert C600 X-ray system from Thermo Scientific is designed specifically for detecting metal, glass, dense plastics, and other foreign objects in large food packaging.
TWO POUCHES. Two unoriented pouches are picked up by an AFA Delta 3 robot, which then places them into a loading funnel.
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Robotic cartoning adds efficiency, subtracts labor costs

Robotic cartoning replaces manual operations, alleviating labor shortages, costs, and increasing line efficiency for contract manufacturer Pharmalab Inc.

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