proface

proface

(prəʊˈfeɪs)
interj
(Rhetoric) much good may it do you!
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The machine comes standard with an unwind unit of 800 mm maximum diameter, lay fiat forming system with available widths of 55 to 350 mm with 18 nun option, automatic solvent feeding system, proportional speed control, focused air nozzle for seam inspection, static eliminator, Siemens PLC, and Proface high analysis HMI.
The Planmeca ProMax 3D ProFace unit acquires patient's facial 3D photo in a radiation-free process giving the medical or dental professional opportunity to plan operations and document the follow-up images.
80 tons stretching force), capacity (2,5 tons/day), efficiency (up to 100% with ALS), components reliability (Siemens, Proface, Control Technique, etc.), easy set-up and repetitiveness (new Reggiani software for full processing control), air-conditioning (standard), energy saving (absorbed power 8 kW only), environmental-friendly (2 cbm/h.
Redpack has a policy of continual development and new machines can be supplied with advanced three axis drives and 10.5" Proface screens, bringing improved operator control and machine diagnostics.
The use of state-of-the-art electronics means there are very few mechanical components on the Redpack P325 that need regular adjustment during the change over process, and the Proface HMI touch screen provides instant access to up to twenty five product settings; these play an important part in minimising production downtime.