Minosse robot inspects bottles

Dec. 30, 2022
The result of a collaboration between Magic and AISent, which specializes in artificial intelligence, it checks measurements and detects flaws.

Minosse This robotic bottle-quality lab machine has five stations, capable of switching between and handling 10 different product configurations. It is designed to be able to handle bottles with capacities between 10 milliliters to 20 liters. 

What’s new? The robot, the result of a collaboration between AISent Srl, Dalmine, Italy, which specializes in artificial intelligence, and Magic. 

Benefits Reduced costs and errors, and the digitalization of information that users can leverage to improve or correct their processes. The Minosse automatically handles the collections and storage of data related to every recipe it runs. Data includes bottle-ovality measurements, occlusion and neck flatness down to 0.1mm. The robot can spot flaws on bottles like black dots, color defects and the presence of burrs and sprues.

Magic North America, Whitmore Lake, Mich., 734-358-7722, www.magicnorthamerica.com 

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Senior Staff Reporter Karen Hanna covers injection molding, molds and tooling, processors, workforce and other topics, and writes features including In Other Words and Problem Solved for Plastics Machinery & Manufacturing, Plastics Recycling and The Journal of Blow Molding. She has more than 15 years of experience in daily and magazine journalism.