BST eltromat’s new demo center in Anand, Gujarat

New product lines in web inspection by BST Eltromat

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iPQ Demo Centre is designed and built in the company’s manufacturing unit at Anand to offer a live experience of their world class inspection system

BST eltromat opened its iPQ Demo Centre in Anand, Gujarat to showcase and demonstrate its flagship products and its capabilities. The unit is designed and built in the company’s manufacturing unit at Anand to offer a live experience of their world class inspection system. The iPQ Center combines numerous quality features such as iPQ Check, iPQ View, iPQ Workflow and iPQ Spectral that are designed on a software platform. iPQ Check uses 4K RGB color line-scan camera to detect ink splashes, streaks and other defects, thus making it a smart tool for image inspection. iPQ View, another resourceful tool, uses 1-chip or 3-chip digital cameras for web monitoring in high resolution. Further, BST eltromat came up with iPQ Spectral inline spectral measurement and iPQ Workflow advanced solutions to have an optimized process that rectifies the error instantaneously and reduces wastage and complaints.

Over a period, BST eltromat has been consistently delivering the latest knowhow in technology and world-class systems for the printing and packaging industry. The pursuit of technology advancements has enabled BST eltromat to have a clear edge over competition and offer the best possible solutions for complex requirements. Fully operational, the iPQ Center is an opportunity for convertors seeking a solution in print management system to witness the inspection of printed rolls having a maximum diameter up to 800 mm and width of 650 mm. The center can be freely configured and upgraded according to the requirements of the application. At present, the state-of-the-art facility is equipped with iPQ Check and iPQ View systems. BST eltromat India’s engineers will provide the real-time results and instant job analysis at the center.

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