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How to effectively troubleshoot a food and beverage packaging line using high-speed cameras

It takes just a blink of an eye for a packaging line to jam. But in that split second, a company can lose valuable time. And, as the old saying goes: Time is money. This White Paper shows how the 20/20 Hindsight from Monitoring Technologies can help.
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Everyone works to remove the source of line jams. Of course, in order to fix the root cause of an issue, you have to be able to see the problem occurring. This is not always simple, especially with increasingly complex packaging equipment moving at ever-faster speeds. When breakdowns happen once a shift or at an unknown time, the odds are slim-to-none the issue will be seen—unless you have a system capturing activity at the appropriate frame rate for long periods of time.

 

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