The company said it brings the Evolution equipment into a new era of smart machines and provides better productivity results.
The Lyon-based group said its specialist engineers had spent more than six man years of work had resulted in Evolution Neo, which will be at the exhibition in Düsseldorf, Germany this October (Hall 14, Stand No C22).
The methodology adopted embraces defect identification, as well as the creation of statistics by defect type. Local trend analyses are produced on the machine, with information presented in a user-friendly format.
The equipment delivers valuable features that help glass container producers to save time during the manufacturing process.
The company said an important advantage when compared to conventional automated inspection machines is the Evolution NEO’s ability to take advantage of repeat settings, whereby a library of alternatives is created for the initiation of faster, more precise and repeatable adjustments.