Search by year
Search by keyword
Search by sector
Search by category
Sacmi RSS Feed
Find out how to subscribe to Sacmi RSS feeds
New CVS 3000: easy, intuitive, reliable

New, higher-performing and even more user-friendly software version now ready

An even more intuitive, immediate interface that simultaneously provides comprehensive information on the quality of the object and on any defects, all on a single screen. This is the CVS 3000 v.1.7, the latest to be developed by Sacmi Imola’s Automation and Inspection Systems Division. Compared to the previous version there are now considerably more simultaneously visible ‘checks’, while the operator retains the option, should he wish, of being able to carry out direct modification of system sensitivity according to selected quality parameters.

Designed to be used also by non-expert personnel, the CVS 3000 v. 1.7 has several new, outstanding key features. For example, it allows the user to generate a ‘history’ of the inspection process, establishing a correlation between detection of defects and their spatial location; the resulting report can be recalled and viewed at any time, even after a considerable time, in order to ensure a fine-tuned production optimisation strategy. Because the system traces not only the presence of the defect but also its location and, on the basis of the history, when it occurred, it helps the user choose the tasks to be carried out by providing real-time identification of critical points in the process and, thanks to the completeness of the information on the screen, by acting on the line to prevent production of pieces that are faulty or non-compliant with required standards.

As in previous versions, the system allows ‘alarms’ to be managed, also via the remote control unit, and provides the user with easy, intuitive control of numerous functions such as defect magnification, overview, ‘previews’, ordering of detected defects and statistical reports. The distinctive feature of the CVS 3000 remains its ‘self-learning’ capability: by exposing it to top-quality samples, the system is able to automatically assess the parameters and therefore set itself autonomously.


Technology News

Case History: Mutina
Ceramic design achievements with Continua+  >>

SACMI AVM celebrates 16th birthday and sale of 220th machine
Success stems from outstanding modularity of the SACMI casting cell, built around the mould to give customers maximum freedom in terms of automation management and feeding/handling tasks  >>

Sacmi R2, cutting-edge isostatic punches, now also for large slabs
Tecnargilla 2018 to showcase the latest proposal from Sacmi M&D, designed to bring all the advantages of squareness and homogeneous density to large slabs.  >>

Sacmi CCM 4.0, the “state of the art” of closures manufacturing
This year saw the 2000th CCM press sold on international markets. Today's CCMs feature a full range of 4.0 systems to ensure customers maximise the return on their investment.  >>


This website uses "cookies". If you choose to continue using the website, you are authorising the use of cookies according to our cookie policy. For further information or to deny the use of some cookies, please click here.

accept cookie policy