Ginolis Pixie brings high speed optical quality inspection to Medtech industry

Oulu, Finland – Ginolis, an innovative provider of assembly automation, liquid handling and quality inspection solutions, is pleased to announce the launch of Pixie, a standard system for automated optical quality inspection. 

Ginolis Pixie can be used to inspect a wide variety of medical device and diagnostic components, including difficult to measure colors and materials, such as glossy, matte and transparent surfaces. Measurement possibilities are dimensions in 2D/3D and visual defects such as spots, impurities, scratches, air bubbles, voids and foil continuity. Pixie can be configured with 2 to 5 servo driven axis movement and the high-speed measurement capabilities make it suitable for inline and stand-alone solutions.

Pixie is the result of combining Ginolis’ core values from innovative and flexible automation with novel optical sensors. Our users will be able to analyze both topography and intensity values from the same scan and at high speed,” says Ginolis Metrology Specialist Pia Pihl.  “Pixie will provide our customers with unique solutions for metrology and quality inspection. I am looking forward to the upcoming launch! “

Ginolis will be showcasing the Pixie Quality Inspection platform at AACC Clinical Lab Expo in Chicago, IL, July 31-August 2, 2018 and Medica in Düsseldorf, Germany, November 12-15, 2018.

About Ginolis Ltd.

Ginolis specializes in providing assembly automation, liquid handling and quality inspection solutions for the production and processing of healthcare consumables. The company holds patents in dispensing, micro-fabrication and precision robotics. Ginolis is privately owned and headquartered in Oulu, Finland.

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Jorma Venäläinen, VP Sales and Marketing
+358 50 365 7186

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