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Precision Perforation Manufacturing System Relies on OEM Laser Power Sensors

Production systems for luxury food and tobacco are complex, very high throughput, and run 24/7. To ensure product quality, Körber Business Area Technologies counts on seamless monitoring of the process, including the laser-based perforation systems.

Production systems for the luxury food and tobacco industries are complex, achieve very high throughput rates, and often run 24/7. To ensure the products’ high quality, Körber Business Area Technologies counts on seamless monitoring of the entire manufacturing process in the plant. This also applies to the laser-based perforation systems that the company integrates into its lines. MKS developed a customized Ophir® OEM sensor to measure laser power, which can be integrated directly into the equipment. For maintenance, the manufacturer uses and recommends an Ophir OEM quad sensor to measure the position and power of the laser beam.        

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