27 - 31 May
The JS-25 X1 has a single laser and is well-suited for lineal scanning of larger logs. Its standoff of more than 10' (3m) allows users to place it further from the logs if the configuration obstructs standard scanner positioning. It works well in Sharp Chain settings.
The X6B is a six-laser scanner specifically designed for high-density, snapshot-scanning of logs on Carriage Headrigs. The X6B operates at a standoff up to 120".
The JS-25 MX has a versatile scanning envelope can handle anything from boards to small-to-large logs. It works well on Lineal Edgers or Log Systems.
The JS-25 X3 delivers higher-density snapshot and short-infeed scanning. With three lasers, it can scan the entire length of a log in just 6" (152mm) of travel. ...
The WX is designed for transverse scanning for trimmers and edgers. It exchanges depth of view for a wider field of view, allowing each scanner to see more of the ...