Grafikontrol to Show Inspection System

MILAN, ITALY | Grafikontrol, a control systems manufacturer for the printing industry, will be attending Labelexpo Europe, from September 25–28, 2017, at the Brussels Expo in Brussels, Belgium, to introduce features of the LYNEX (http://www.grafikontrol.it/en/products/packaging/lynex-2/) system. LYNEX is part of the company’s TQC-360° modular platform, developed to provide printers with a solution which guarantees quality, reportedly combining top quality performances with top-drawer support.

Presented for the first time in the label market at Labelexpo 2015, LYNEX is a 100% inspection system of the printed web that enables automatic detection and classification of every defect. It provides full-width image inspection and ease of use, company says.

Modern multitasking interface implemented on a 23-in. high-resolution multi-touch monitor allows the operator to analyze the entire format in real time and benefit from automatic detection of both print and media defects. Immediate alarm, when imperfection is detected, eliminates defective material. LYNEX also provides production analysis and data collection

“We are proud we have become one of the protagonists in the label industry in just two years, and our control systems are present at various European and American label printers”, says Paolo De Grandis, Grafikontrol’s sales director and partner. “Attention to customer needs has led us to create more and more powerful systems, which guarantees the detection of defects of dimension up to 0.1 mm across the printed area.”

LYNEX is said to be a highly flexible system and combines one or more linear color cameras, configurable as needed, that can work at production speeds to 900 mpm without changing the image resolution. It is suitable for defect checking on any type of printing and substrate. White LED lighting ensures quality and light distribution without any degradation of the image, even on reflective materials and inks.

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