PHOTO GALLERY - MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS

 

Managed Medical Imaging (MMI) is very experienced in the servicing and preventive maintenance of a variety of medical imaging systems.  Below, you will find a series of pictures highlighting various components we have serviced.
 

 

(Fuji DryPix Printer Notes from a Fuji-certified engineer on a service call):

The following images highlight the maintenance of Fuji DryPix 4000 dry laser imaging system, Fuji XG 5000, Smart CRs and associated equipment. It is not intended to be a training manual for the DryPix 4000 or any of the other systems that you will see below. The text are comments from a Fuji-certified engineer about the system operation, common maintenance issues and other comments related to this system.

 

 

DryPix Preventative Maintenance Plan

DryPix 4000 Preventative Maintenance:

Here we have a Fuji DryPix 4000 undergoing diagnostic testing during a preventative maintenance check.   The system is disconnected from the hospital network (note the yellow network cable running to a stand-alone laptop that is loaded with the Fuji Imaging software.  With this preventative maintenance, we can adjust image quality and/or add any other modalities needed by the user.

 

 

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This is a cassette feeding unit.  This unit is undergoing a roller replacement with a clutch that was found to be defective.

 

 

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Here we are replacing the defective roller with a new roller.  This is one of the more common repairs needed by this Fuji imaging system.

 

 

Fuji Smart CR
This is a preventative maintenance being conducted on a Fuji Smart CR.

 

 

 

XG5000
This a multi-loader, Fuji Film XG5000 CR.  We were troubleshooting a cassette jamming problem on one of the slots.

 

 

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Inspecting the gears and the springs to ensure proper tension for the Fuji Film XG5000 CR.

 

 

 

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Cassette setting for the Fuji XG 5000 multi-loader, inspecting the slots for any deformed/warped hardware.

 

 

XG5000 service
Here is the side view of the XG 5000 making sure the cams and brackets are in the "home" position state.

 

 

 


Lubricating gears, cams and clutches during a troubleshooting visit of a Fuji XG 5000

 

 

 

 

 


Here we are checking for worn rollers on feed load conveyor.  The black feed rollers visible here tend to crack right at the bushing side that olds the rollers.  This is a common cause of jamming in the Fuji XG 5000.

 

 

 

The black gear in the center is a "Spur Gear" which tends to slip and cause jams.

 

 

 


Here we are just inspecting additional gears and connections to ensure optimal performance.

 

 

 


These X-Guides guide the plate through the eraser unit.

 

 

 

 


The X-Guides tend to crystallize from heat/light exposure.

 

 

 


Multi-loader XG 5000 being disassembled for preventative maintenance.

 

 


When doing preventative maintenance here, we're checking for residual or dust that comes from the plate.  Here we can see a little white spot on the mirrors (seen here in blue) that is causing poor image quality.

 

 


Here is a close-up on the white spec that is causing problems with this Fuji XG 5000.

 

 


This Fuji Flash IIP software unit is mounted to a wall

 

 


This is a complete setup of the multi-loader with a Flash IIP system


Inspecting the belt from a DryPix printer during preventative maintenance (PM)



Doing a preventative maintenance (PM) on another DryPix printer

 


This is an older model CR unit.  This is the interface software that enables it to send DICOM images to the computer system.

 

 


This is one of the first CRs, still operation at many facilities.

 

 

 


Here we've set up two Fuji Smart CRs and we're doing calibration and testing.

 

 


Here we were doing density checks for the images being printed from a DryPix printer.

 

 

 


This is our warehouse, with two multi-loaders and accessories ready for shipping

 

 

 


Fuji DryPix 3000

 

 

About the Fuji DryPix 4000:

The DryPix 4000 is a dry laser imager which combines the high quality and performance of Fujifilm's centralized imagers, with an extremely compact design, making it ideal for small centralized departments that do not need the ultra-high speed and throughput of the DryPix 7000. The DryPix 4000 has excellent throughput between 110 and 160 films per hour. Like the DryPix 7000, this unit also features 50-micron high resolution printing. It accommodates all common film sizes, has an optional second film drawer and a top-mounted 4-bin film sorter. An internal DICOM print server with Windows XP operating system allows the DryPix 4000 to operate with high performance in environments where space is at a premium.

 

  • Model Name: DryPix 4000
  • Processing capacity: (max. in films/h) 160
  • Time to first film: 85 seconds (14"x17" film)
  • Recording process: Laser
  • Resolution (in pixels): 10 (20 for mammograms)
  • Focus (in nm): 50 Ám
  • Grey scale range: 14 bit (16384)
  • Image distribution (portrait): 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 15, 16, 20, 24, 25, 30, 36, 42, 48, 49, 54, 56, 60, 63, 64
  • Image distribution (landscape): 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 15, 16, 20, 24, 25, 30, 36, 42, 48, 49, 54, 56, 60, 63, 64 and 4 MIX
  • Max. no of copies: 99
  • Daylight feed: Yes
  • Quality assurance: Fully automatic
  • Film
      Type DI-HL Type DI-HLc
    Sizes 14"x17" (35 x 43 cm) 14"x17" (35 x 43 cm)
    14"x14" (35 x 35 cm) 8"x10"
    10"x14" (26 x 36 cm)  
    10"x12"  
    8"x10"  

     

  • Attachable modes: All DICOM Basic Print compatible modes
  • Voltage (in Volt): 230
  • Dimensions (w x d x h in mm): 600 x 585 x 1040 or 24" x 22" x 40" (L x W x H)
  • Weight: 287-330 lbs. (without sorter)

 

For full details or a demonstration on how the DryPix 4000 could revolutionize the way your department works call 954-802-0634

 
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