PV SnapShot Technology

Print View Inspection Technology

The Print View Inspection is the only tool available for operators to completely verify and guarantee print quality on high speed production lines. The print quality inspection system will help you reduce costs in your production facilities through reduced rework and improved productivity

Taymer Advantages

Automatic Print Quality Detection and Alarm Signal

This enables your Print View to read and validate the legend being printed on the cable compared to a known good print set by the operator at the beginning of the run. If the Print View detects poor quality or missing print, a signal is sent by the Print View to alert the operator.

Cable Twist Compensation

The Print View uses two unique technologies to take the twist out of cable legends, allowing the operator to read the printed legend even more clearly and easily than reading a stationary cable. The cable image is built on screen using a combination of a mechanical and software technology, effectively removing the constant wire and cable twist.

Sequential Numbering Accuracy Check

The Print View utilizes an encoder to calculate length measurements which are then displayed on the operator’s console together with the sequential measurement markings being printed on the cable. This allows the operator to quickly and easily compare the printed sequential numbers with the actual sequential measurements. Simple verification allows operators to take corrective action before thousands of feet of cable are marked with incorrect length information.

Cable Scan Software

The CableScan option stores up to 30,000 images in an image library. The cable legend images can then be quickly searched (fast forward and rewind functions are included) to find the exact location where cable print began to deteriorate. CableScan can be set up to save one image per two-ten meters of cable. This will allow you to store up to 300 km of cable legend before clearing the image library.

Print Verification Inspection Technology

How it works:

  • The high-speed optical system consists of a high resolution camera and adequate lighting to capture images of cable moving at high speed.
  • The adjustable setup is designed to accommodate various cable size and print locations.
  • Software will then enhance, magnify, and display the images on a monitor.
  • An algorithm is used to process the images for print inspection.
  • Print inspection involving detection of print, print quality, character verification are performed.
  • If the print is worse than the operator-defined condition, an alarm will notify your operator and an error report is saved to the ongoing data log.