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SACMI virtual tour, Metpack 2020

The virtual platform is hosting a guided tour of SACMI's metal packaging manufacturing and quality control solutions
Advanced metal closure and packaging manufacturing systems, plus a new frontier for vision systems, which are evolving to incorporate A.I. algorithms for more efficient control of the entire production process. All this - and much more - will be showcased in a virtual tour for visitors to the SACMI stand at Metpack 2020.

With this key trade fair - which should have taken place in May in Essen, Germany - now postponed, SACMI is gathering together existing and potential customers to take them on a guided tour of all the latest in the field. An illustrative video and a tour arranged by subject area will give users a close look at SACMI's comprehensive metal packaging solutions range for the food and beverage industry.
In addition to complete solutions for the manufacture of metal caps – crown caps, aluminium ROPP caps, Ring-Pull, lugged caps, etc. – the year 2020 sees SACMI add major new products on the computer vision front to meet all your metal packaging inspection needs.
SACMI's strength stems from its ability to match outstanding machines and plants with dedicated vision systems, developed by the Group's Computer Vision and Advanced Sensors Division. More specifically, the latest decorated metal sheet inspection range features the systems Eclipsim Deco (for litghographed sheets) and Eclipsim Coat (for coated sheets).
All SACMI systems use ultra-high resolution video cameras, patented 'illuminators', powerful software and cutting-edge algorithms. This fresh approach means SACMI can offer markets an Artificial Vision concept that stretches beyond simple quality control of the final product. Inspection, instead, becomes a crucial phase in its own right and a vital source of precious feedback to make the entire production process more efficient and fault-free.
By connecting up to the virtual platform, users can check out all the multimedia material and, after registering, download the individual machine catalogues.



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