The Total Processing & Packaging Exhibition is UK’s largest 3 day event that showcases the latest production line solutions, material developments and product innovations.
Taking place on 4-6 June 2013, The Total Processing & Packaging Exhibition incorporates PAKEX, The PPMA Show and Interphex, covering every aspect of the processing and packaging industry.
Automation specialist Omron Electronics will demonstrate integrated automation solutions that provide the packaging industry with flexible, efficient and cost-effective ways that enable quick and simple integration of motion, safety, vision and robotics onto packaging lines.
Central themes on the fair will demonstrate how Omron can help control and automate processes including:
•pick & place (feeding),
•label and product inspection,
•and motion control.
Additionally, we have recently launched a wide range of advanced packaging automation products, including an entirely new control platform – one that enables packaging engineers to work with one software language and one connection type. Part of this will be a demonstration of the recently launched Delta robot system, controlled by the powerful Sysmac NJ Machine Automation Controller. The NJ controller uses EtherCAT as its machine network, with servo drives, inverters, I/O, safety and vision systems all residing on the same network, reducing complexity, increasing response speed and simplifying programming for the user.
As an acknowledged leader in the field of visual inspection solutions, we also show our latest vision systems and sensors and we give particular attention to automated checking of human-readable text. We can offer both OEM component solutions and full turnkey packages designed to provide 100% inspection and eliminate non-conformant products entering the supply chain.
Throughout the exhibition, our automation experts will be available on stand C20 to provide information on the company’s products and technologies and to provide assistance to visitors with any issue relating to how our products and considerable packaging experience can be utilised to provide benefits to their systems.
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