• Resumen

 

Solución con certificación XRGA para la medición automatizada del color espectral en línea para los mercados de impresión de etiquetas y envases

 

SpectraLab es un módulo avanzado de medición y control de color espectral en línea, diseñado para medir efectivamente los objetivos de color y alertar sobre cualquier desviación de color a lo largo del proceso de producción de impresión.

SpectraLab mide los objetivos de color y los colores de la imagen de acuerdo con las tolerancias y los valores de color absolutos establecidos mediante ‘Offline Setup’, ColorCert© o el operario de la máquina.

Mediante una unidad de medición espectral (SMU), el módulo SpectraLab se instala en la máquina de impresión conectada a una de las plataformas de inspección integral de AVT. SpectraLab realiza mediciones de conformidad con las normas ISO reconocidas para mediciones de color de artes gráficas, incluidas ISO 13655, ISO 5-3 y también puede ser certificado por XRGA.

 


Con decenas de instalaciones de clientes en todo el mundo, la galardonada plataforma SpectraLab de AVT ofrece nuevos niveles de automatización, con una correlación de medición de color en línea y fuera de línea de acuerdo con el Modelo de Acuerdo Global (GAM). Con SpectraLab podrá imprimir conforme a los objetivos y facilitar sus procesos de puesta a punto y producción, ahorrando tiempo valioso y costosas paradas de máquinas. El módulo SpectraLab funciona a la perfección en los sistemas de inspección de impresión Apollo, Argus y Helios de AVT.

 

SpectraLab admite las siguientes plataformas de AVT:

  • Gama de productos Apollo
  • Gama de productos Argus
  • Gama de productos Argus E
  • Gama de productos Helios

 

 

 

Seguir leyendo

 

 

Supporting the highest possible production speeds, SpectraLab accurately measures color on a wide variety of substrates, from paper and carton boards, to flexible materials, clear and opaque substrates, surface or reverse print.

SpectraLab’s Measurement Unit obtains measurements in the reflectance domain by means of a dual-beam spectrophotometer that acquires measurements at specific spectral wavelengths. To achieve absolute spectral color measurements from the printed area or from targets, the system consistently measures color patches as small as 6×6 mm, at a maximum speed of 600m/min (1,980 fpm). When colors start to shift out of tolerance, the system alerts on deviations, according to the thresholds defined by the operator. SpectraLab displays the measurement results of each color measured, including color trend over time, and color appearance against the original target color.

 

Workflow, Archiving & Reporting

All measurements are continuously recorded and can be either displayed in AVT’s reporting mechanism, PrintFlow, exported for further analysis offline or can be connected to X-Rite’s ColorCert©.

SpectraLab supports common file formats, enabling fast and easy communications with 3rd party color libraries and reporting systems

Boosts Productivity

The SpectraLab module ensures consistent color quality on every job and increases overall press productivity. Users gain rapid return on investment (ROI) and save valuable time with fast press set-up and deployment. In turn, customers benefit by reducing waste, resources and production costs, while preventing customer rejections.

 

Unmatched Color Control & Quality

SpectraLab delivers 100% automated enhanced in-line to off-line color measurement correlation with support for a wide range of presses, substrates and applications. The system detects and alerts absolute spectral color measurements from the printed area or from targets, and reliably measures color patches as small as 6×6 mm, at a maximum speed of 600m/min (1980 fpm).

 

ColorCert Connectivity

Connectivity to X-Rite’s ColorCert© enhances color performance visibility with clear measurable results to drive performance and color quality consistency to your customers.

The connectivity between SpectraLab & ColorCert is seamless, automating the SpectraLab set-up process, continuously measuring the color targets throughout production and automatically sends the measurements data back to ColorCert.

With this connectivity, you’ll reduce non-productive press time, minimize the number of offline measurements required and simplifies color quality reporting to your customers.

 

XRGA Standard Certification

XRGA (X-Rite’s Graphic Arts) standard Certification is available for SpectraLab, ensuring that its measurements correlate to your other XRGA Certified handheld devices.

This certification ensures that you use the same metrology standard, thus, utilizing advances in both color science and new international standards, reducing color measurements discrepancies.

 

Innovative Print Inspection Module

A fully-automated in-line spectral measurement and monitoring module, SpectraLab ensures that you print to the numbers, supporting your color make-ready and production, saving valuable time and costly press stops. SpectraLab works seamlessly on AVT’s market-leading Apollo, Argus and Helios print inspection systems.

 

Works seamlessly on any application and substrate

SpectraLab accurately measures color on a wide variety of substrates and applications used in the packaging industry., from paper and carton boards, to flexible materials, clear and opaque substrates, surface or reverse print.

 

Comprehensive color measurement & monitoring

SpectraLab supports ISO standard, dual-beam spectral color measurements on existing color targets or in image areas for absolute, accurate CIE L*a*b*, ISO-standard Status T or Status E density, and Tone Value measurement with enhanced reporting and a complete color workflow. Automatic color calibration is performed periodically during the scanning operation.

 

Quick Set

Quick Setup provides fast, automatic “zero set-up” time for repeating jobs.

 

 

 

https://www.avt-inc.com/ml/media/Product-Brochure.png
Seguir leyendo
https://www.avt-inc.com/ml/media/Customer-Testimonial.png
Seguir leyendo
https://www.avt-inc.com/ml/media/Product-Video.png
Seguir leyendo
https://www.avt-inc.com/ml/media/Webinar.png
Seguir leyendo