Selection of some products made according to customer requirements.
|Working widths||up to 5.800 mm|
|Machine speed||up to 100 m/min|
|Unwinder and winder diameter||up to 2.000 mm|
|Orientation||horizontal / vertical / diagonal|
|Lighting||none / front light and/or rear light|
|Processing of||wide range of materials.|
How does an inspection machine work?
Web-shaped materials of whatever kind often go through a finishing process. The aim of these individual process steps, be it printing, lamination, dyeing or impregnation, is to change the material characteristics to match the intended use. Before assembly or packaging and shipping to the customer, there is usually a visual assessment of the finished goods.
For the most part, the goods are inspected manually on an illuminated display table. Depending on the type of material and the area of application, there are various types of product inspection tables. Large-scale floor coverings are mainly examined from above by viewing bridges. Other materials, however, are used on inclined, ergonomically adapted display tables for system operators sitting or standing in front of them. Again there are applications where a two-sided inspection is desired. In these cases the material runs vertically and both sides of the material are illuminated accordingly. Depending on the nature of the material surface, the display tables are equipped with a back-light and a light where the material is guided over.
In high-speed systems where the human eye can no longer observe it, sensor systems such as cameras are used. Depending on the desired process step, defects are logged, marked or removed.
Cutting systems are usually integrated in rewinding and fabric inspection systems. The web-shaped material is cut to the desired widths with a cutting knife that is usually adjustable in width. A cross-cutting device can also be used to cut to the desired number of meters or to cut out imperfections, etc.