EyeC Launched New Inspection Solution At Drupa

EyeC Launches New Inspection Solution At Drupa

The new EyeC Proofiler 1200 DT delivers improved scanning technology. In addition to technical improvements for optimised speed, handling and ease of maintenance, the scanner-based inspection solution, with a fresh design, sets new standards in the quality control of large format print samples. The EyeC Proofiler 1200 DT was presented for the first time at drupa in Düsseldorf.

As part of EyeC’s extensive DT product line, the system offers scan formats up to 1,778 x 1219mm. Thanks to the further developed camera box with optimised lamps and a PC box with a 10Gbit network interface, the inspection system enables a scanning process of only 12 seconds at a resolution of 600dpi. The redesigned scanner lid not only offers better and easier handling for the user but is also aesthetically pleasing thanks to its modern design.

The EyeC Proofiler 1200 DT is also characterised by further improved robustness. The use of high-quality glass reduces the number of air pockets that can affect the scan result and two coupled motors reliably prevent problems with the camera box. Optimised camera cable routing also ensures a longer cable service life and protection against cable breakage. The sealing of the side walls minimises potential dust ingress to ensure trouble-free operation even in production environments. The EyeC Proofiler 1200 DT has been equipped with special service flaps to make maintenance easier. A newly developed transport packaging also ensures safe and reliable delivery of the system with reduced resource consumption.

‘With the new EyeC Proofiler 1200 DT, we offer a pioneering solution in the quality control of print samples. We are proud that our most popular inspection system is continuously evolving to meet the increasing demands of our customers and to take printing and packaging processes to a new level,’ said Nico Hagemann, Director of Product Management at EyeC.

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