Hall 4 Stand D45 and Hall 9 Stand C05
For AVT (Advanced Vision Technology), one of the world leaders in print inspection, print process control, and quality assurance, Labelexpo Europe in Brussels will mark the first major trade show since its strategic alliance with leading systems solutions provider Erhardt + Leimer (E+L).
A new joint portfolio of solutions, born of the companies’ combined experience and technological skills, will be demonstrated for the first time at AVT’s, E+L’s and various partners’ stands throughout the exhibition.
AVT will display its broad array of solutions, including the company’s new cutting-edge Helios S Turbo inspection system and several new inspection products from the joint E+L and AVT portfolio.
AVT will also showcase its new quality control engine for inkjet digital presses, as well as extended automation solutions such as its Offline Setup tool and SolidProof offline proofing solution.
Helios S Turbo is designed to help production lines reach maximum potential through, among other enhancements, increased printing and rewinding speeds. It utilises the market’s most modern machine vision technology to help printers get even more from their inspection systems.
The Offline Setup is an automation tool that helps customers create quality standardisation across their production operations, or to maintain quality standards between different jobs and runs. By standardising quality thresholds and addressing the needs for production processes automation, the system helps raise the bar of overall print quality.
Another solution showcased is SolidProof, an offline proofing system that provides 100 per cent assurance for wide web, narrow web and sheet-fed applications, ensuring that no critical errors have been overlooked in the print production process. The solution automatically eliminates conversion errors and undetected defects during the pre-press stage; in doing so, it drastically reduces the need for manual inspection and can bring waste levels to near zero.
At Labelexpo Europe, AVT will also showcase its new print quality control engine for inkjet digital presses, one which provides digital printers with a closed loop solution for inkjet printing quality by analysing its actual performance through the run, and engaging in on-going communication with the press.
As well as this, the company’s fully automated inspection solution, named ZeroSet Automated Inspection Workflow, will be on display. It addresses market needs for inspection on shorter runs and better support for digital printing presses. ZeroSet makes possible universal inspection – meaning even very short runs can be automatically inspected – leading to a direct improvement in overall quality control for jobs that, previously, may have been left uninspected.