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With this years Pack Expo (Las Vegas) coming up in a few short weeks (Oct. 15-17), a look at the latest in packaging technologies is in order. Within the finite space of a magazine, however, our focus must be limited to a particular subcategory: vision systems.
Here's a look at what's hot in machine vision systems and a basic preview of next month's Pack Expo show. In addition, this online report includes information on x-ray inspection systems and other packaging equipment you're likely to see on the show floor.
Inspection Sensors Offer High-Speed Capability
Cognex Corp. on June 28 introduced the DVT 515 and DVT 535, which the company describes as the most affordable, capable and easy-to-use vision sensors in their class. Available now, both sensors are suitable for entry-level inspection, automatic identification or gauging applications.
Cognex's new DataMan 7500 Series of hand-held readers provides breakthrough reading of all printed and Direct Part Mark (DPM) codes.
Cognex Corp. has just released Intellect software 1.2 for DVT vision sensors. The new software features improvements to the intuitive user interface, making inspection, precision measurement, counting and object location applications easier than ever.
Cognex Corp. has introduced the In-Sight 5400S is an industrial-grade vision sensor that meets IEC specifications for shock and vibration, and achieves an IP68/NEMA 6P rating that stands up to chemical washdown and submersion.
A new packaging system provides individually wrapped unit dose vials, containing both the lot number and the expiration date.
Cognex Corp. on June 21 made available free Checker trial software that can be downloaded with the latest Checker version 1.3 release. Checker is a simple-to-use and inexpensive sensor that can detect the presence of parts and part features, and recognize patterns.
Cognex Corp. has adapted its VisionPro PC vision software supports the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET programming environment.
Machine Vision: Integrated with upstream systems, inspection data can empower quality control departments, and give QC a whole new “look.”