Scienscope Announces Component Management System Promotion


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Scienscope International, a leading American supplier of cabinet style micro-focus X-ray systems, announcing a new promotion valid until June 30, 2021 on two of its component management systems: the AXC- 800 III Component Counter and the IMS-100.

The AXC-800 III Component Counter is on sale for $49,000 and the IMS-100 is on sale for $19,900. Both systems can be purchased together for only $64,900.

Capable of counting components from strips, trays, sticks, 15” reels, 13” reels, or even four 7" reels at the same time, Scienscope’s AXC-800 III component counter is easy to use. Simply place the reel and lock the door. The system begins counting automatically and prints a label when it finishes counting.

The IMS-100 makes incoming material integration easier than ever by reading any type of label with 1D, 2D barcodes, and even ORC. As time is a critical issue, IMS-100 can read even four 7” reels simultaneously and the integration begins automatically. A unique ID (Internal Label) is printed after each reel is removed, making it easier to have traceability down to components level, and also implement a FIFO (first in first out) type of production. 

The two systems ideally integrate into any Smart Factory, making it easier and faster than ever before. Reduce labor and increase productivity with Scienscope’s component management systems.

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