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#1 andriusuk

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Posted 11 November 2009 - 11:30 AM

Please help me how to setup X-Ray that it could count meat pieces (meatballs). Meatballs touch each other. Could you attach any product sample or send screenshots or manuals?

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Andrew



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Posted 11 November 2009 - 11:41 AM

Please help me how to setup X-Ray that it could count meat pieces (meatballs). Meatballs touch each other. Could you attach any product sample or send screenshots or manuals?

Thanks,
Andrew

Hi Andrew,

Have you thought of contacting your x-ray machine supplier directly.

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Simon

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#3 Kiran

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Posted 16 November 2009 - 09:35 AM

Hi Andrew,

It seems to be Smiths Detection x-ray from the model name your are trying to describe. As Simon already commented, have you tried to contact your supplier?

I am from Smiths Detection but working in Asia Pac region. If you need any assistance, you may contact me at kiran.deochake@smithsdetection.com and provide your contact details. I will put you in contact with right person from our office in your region.

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Kiran






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