Quality control is essential, especially in the safety critical areas of Pharmaceuticals and Medicine where missing words or illegible numbers could directly affect the health of a patient. However, document verification isn’t limited to these industries.
Accurate labelling is important. Not only do you need to ensure you are complying with the relevant legal requirements of the particular industry you’re operating in, you also want your customers to know what they are buying and for the label to stand out from the sea of other labels on the shelf.
Whatever your opinion of cameras being everywhere these days, the benefits of captured images in manufacturing for quality control purposes really can’t be ignored.
Do you use an ISO, AIM or GS1-compliant verification device? It might be worth more than you think!
The pharmaceutical industry has some extremely stringent guidelines around how drugs and other products are labelled. This is why it is important to choose a high-quality Label Printer such as those we at AIS Ltd can supply.
Barcodes are everywhere. From baked beans to shipping labels they provide computers with an easy to read information panel to ensure products can move smoothly from producer to end-user.
The LVS-9580 DPM verifies the readability, quality, and data integrity of both 1D and 2D direct part marks to internationally-accepted standards including GS1, ISO/IEC 29158 TR, and MIL-STD-130N.
This is a useful blog post from our partners Zebra on why you might need an industrial printer.
AIS will be exhibiting at the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference in Citywest, Dublin on 31st January 2017.
Are Bad Barcodes Undermining Your Operations?
Verify Print Quality
Our partner, Datalogic recently announced the PowerScan™ 9300 laser scanner series as the newest addition to the renowned PowerScan family of rugged handheld readers.
We at AIS Ltd would like to take this opportunity to wish you and yours a very happy Christmas with best wishes for a prosperous new year. Thank you for your custom during 2016 and we look forward to working with you in 2017.
A recent machine vision project was completed by our colleagues in AIS Vision Spain, for their customer, Daymsa (chemical manufacturer), who wanted to ensure the proper label was applied on each bottle (20L and 5L) and the cap was properly threaded.
Datalogic has announced the release of the Matrix 120, the smallest ultra-compact industrial 2D imager available in the market.
The November e-newsletter has just been published. This month we focus on an easy way to verify DPM barcodes on your products.