Archive for January, 2014

January Monthly Focus: Guardian PQV on Wide Web

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Welcome to 2014! PC Industries hopes that everyone had a safe and happy year so far! Business has been going strong for us, and we’ve seen a particular interest in inspection for wide web applications. This month, to help address this interest, we’re looking at some of the benefits that our Guardian PQV provides in wide web applications. Read on for more.

Guardian PQV for Wider Web

The Guardian PQV features many capabilities that make it perfect for a wide variety of applications, including wider webs.

All 100% inspection applications have their own set of demanding requirements One of the most demanding 100% inspection applications is wide web printing. Width, speed, and defect size challenge the web inspection manufacturer. The Guardian PQV by PC Industries utilizes the latest, high-speed camera and processor technology to provide high-performance 100% inspection with rapid returns on investment.

January’s InfoBYTE

Each month we present a new bit of trivia that we call an InfoByte. You can check out previous InfoBytes in our newsletter archive.

This month’s InfoByte take a look at some of the many pseudonyms of Benjamin Franklin.

Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States, was a noted printer, politician, scientist, musician, inventor, diplomat, and many more things. He made a great number of contributions to publications both in the United States and England during his life, many under one of various pseudonyms. A few of these names are listed below, along with links to the letters and publications written under each name.

Richard Saunders: The ‘Richard’ in Poor Richard’s Almanack, one of Franklin’s best known publications, and is archived at internetarchive.org. Its print runs reached 10,000 per year.

Silence Dogood: This was one of Franklin’s first pseudonyms, created at the age of 16 while he was a printing apprentice for his brother’s publication, The New England Courant. Under this pseudonym, Franklin was able to get 14 essays printed in the publication. They can be found on the Massachusetts Historical Society’s website

Benevolus: Published in London, “On the Propriety of Taxing America” was a discussion about England’s taxation policies concerning the colonies. It can be found here.

Anthony Afterwit: Appearing in the Pennsylvania Gazette, Anthony provided a humorous look at married life. It can be read here.

A fairly comprehensive archive of Franklin’s writings can be found on Franklinpapers.org

January 2014
  • Guardian PQV and Wide Web Applications
  • January InfoByte
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Wide Web Inspection with PC Industries Guardian PQV

The Guardian PQV features many capabilities that make it perfect for a wide variety of applications, including wider webs.

All 100% inspection applications have their own set of demanding requirements. One of the most demanding 100% inspection applications is wide web printing. Width, speed, and defect size challenge the web inspection manufacturer. The Guardian PQV by PC Industries utilizes the latest, high-speed camera and processor technology to provide high-performance 100% inspection with rapid returns on investment.

The Guardian PQV is at home on any press or rewinder, and wide web (40″, 1016mm or more) is no exception. The Guardian PQV has a host of features and capabilities that make it the clear choice when it comes to 100% wide web inspection.

Multi-Camera System: The Guardian PQV can be set up with multiple cameras in configurations customized for each application. Cameras are placed across the entire web to ensure that 100% of the web is being inspected at the best resolution and speed possible.

Print-Based Resolutions: The number of cameras and resolution of each can be determined based on the needs of each application. This means that, even on wide web, a camera system won’t fall short simply because it has a wider area to inspect.

Substrate-appropriate Lighting: Wide web printing covers many substrates that are notoriously difficult to inspect. For example, a foil substrate may have reflective or holographic features that are undetectable to some inspection systems. The Guardian PQV features a variety of lighting options that meet the needs of all materials effectively, reliably, and affordably.

Engineered Systems: Unique wide web applications require unique solutions. While effective off-the-shelf, the Guardian PQV also goes beyond by offering engineered solutions that will ensure a perfect fit and guaranteed performance for even the most specialized applications.

To see how PC Industries can provide the perfect solution to your specialized wide-web application, you can call 1-847-336-3300 to speak to a sales engineer, or email your job specifications to sales@pcindustries.com.



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