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Starts: 1-Mar-13 12:08 a.m. GMT

Ends: 8-Mar-13 12:08 a.m. GMT

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Award 1: $500, was awarded to sinapseuk

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InspX is a leading designer and manufacturer of high tech inspection equipment for packagers in the food, beverage, and pharmaceutical industry. You might be amazed at the technology that goes into a jar of pasta sauce or a bottle of beer before it makes it to your local market. InspX uses x-rays to find foreign materials in food, beverage, and pharmaceutical products before they leave the factory. When a defective product is detected, the machine automatically ejects it from the packaging line, ensuring customers don't find any unwanted objects in their food, drinks, or medicine.

Our latest inspection machine, the ScanTrac Trio, uses three x-ray beams to find glass shards, rocks, pieces of metal, bones and rubber in glass jars and bottles on packaging conveyor lines. This three beam design gives our equipment a performance edge on the competition. We are looking for a graphic to convey the performance advantage of the three beam system, so our potential customers can see in a moments notice that we are better at finding glass shards in filled glass jars and bottles than our competitors.

Update 5-Mar-13 GMT
Hello Everyone,

We're really excited with the submissions we've received. Given some of the designs, I thought it might be helpful to provide a link to an image of a glass bottle conveyor.

http://www.tma1992.ru/images/lines/lingaz/line-12000-2004-7.jpg

The conveyor in the image is empty, which should allow you to see what it looks like more clearly than if it had product on it. Good luck with the competition!

Keep the good ideas coming!