Rollbag bagger with advanced vision counting system
The Vision System combines an industry-proven automatic bagger with an advanced vision counting module
PAC Machinery, now offers its popular Rollbag R1275 automatic bagger configured with an advanced 3-D vision counting system from Data Detection Technologies, Ltd. The Rollbag R1275 Vision is an extremely accurate automatic bulk counting and bagging system for packaging small parts. The compact Vision System combines an industry-proven automatic bagger with an advanced vision system, which when used together can count and bag large quantities of small parts quickly and accurately.
The precision vision system relies on advanced mathematical algorithms to count bulk parts ranging in size from 0.25” to 1” at up to 99.9% accuracy. The versatile high speed Rollbag R1275 bagger can fill and seal bags significantly faster than manual packaging, delivering exceptional efficiency and value. With the use of pre-opened bags on a roll, fast packaging speeds may be achieved and bag size changeover can be accomplished quickly. The Rollbag R1275 is one of the fastest auto baggers in its class, and is designed for multi-shift production. The exceptional performance of this auto bagger is accomplished through smart design, a powerful PLC, and a unique stepper motor drive system.
Innovative vision system is perfect compliment to automatic bagger
Matched seamlessly with the R1275 bagger, the vision system track feeder facilitates counting a wide variety of parts without changing the feeder configuration. Products do not need to be separated over individual lines, nor do they need to be fed one-by-one, or spaced at specific intervals, as is often the case with conventional counting systems. The solution from Rollbag Systems is an excellent choice for seeds, pharmaceutical and pelleted chemical products, electronics and small mechanical parts. “Our Rollbag R1275 automatic bagger is extremely well adopted, and is in use around the globe”, states Mr. Greg Berguig, VP Marketing at PAC Machinery. “The marketplace has been seeking a counting, filling and bagging solution that is both faster and more accurate than scale-based counting systems, so integration of the vision system has been a high priority for our product development engineers” adds Berguig.