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Baumer hhs, Introduces MLT-40 Camera Sensor into Gluing Cardboard Flaps

Baumer hhs GmbH, a leader in the field of gluing and monitoring of cardboard carton flaps, has fine tuned the process. Being a trail blazer in visual monitoring, Baumer hhs is very close to its target of achieving complete monitoring of the gluing process.

Xcam live picture camera having PC technology, and the MLT-40 camera sensor, that helps to monitor and document the procedure

Baumer is exhibiting two different camera systems, Xcam live picture camera having PC technology, and the MLT-40 camera sensor, that helps to monitor and document the procedure, in booth 2-324 at Fachpack, in a trade fair in Germany, showcasing their complete blend of gluing and monitoring processes. One solo key in, from the user, will permit both the systems to function harmoniously.

The head has three nozzles, and has been altered so that it can be relocated from one part of the machinery to another part, in a jiffy. The camera sensor can also be swapped expeditiously, to be used instantaneously on that side, when the external flap is being glued. This results in a lot of reserves, as it eliminates the need to procure more than one camera and head. Both the parts on either side are utilized, by arranging the blank guides suitably.

The MLT-40 camera sensor, efficiently takes care of all the traits needed for a perfect gluing process, such as determining if punching waste remains on the flap, or if the machine’s angled intake has occurred, or ascertaining if the glue lines were there where they were supposed to be and so on. The camera’s live picture and PC tools, offer a real insight into gluing of the flap. When a button is depressed, the PDF logs are formed along with a link to higher–level interfaces.


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