The new Acclaim 400(TM) label printer/applicator from Imtec (Booth #1327) is specifically designed to provide print-and-apply labeling technology for distribution centers, particularly for cross-docking applications.
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Allen-Bradley (Milwaukee, WI) is offering a free color brochure describing its 1394 Digital AC Motion Control System, which combines multi-axis control, positioning and servo drive functions into a compact, modular unit.
"Pallets Move the World...With Your Help" is a 10-minute video from the Natl. Wooden Pallet and Container Assn. (Arlington, VA) designed to help pallet users reduce product damage due to improper material handling practices.
The Mini-Pro BL-100 labeler from Elmark (West Chester, PA) is designed specifically for the bakery industry. A unique tamp/wipe label system positively places labels on tops, ends or shoulders of bagged breads or rolls.
The R23 Series of high-performance Teflon® p-s heat seal tape from Fluorglas Products Div. of AlliedSignal (Hoosick Falls, NY) is for portion packaging of liquid products including food, beverages, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.
Columbia Labeling Machinery (Danielson, CT) has introduced an automatic bottle labeling system for full or partial wrap bottle labeling. Application, bottle turning, imprinting and conveying modules are mounted on a heavy-duty base with casters for this self-contained, portable unit.
New Clear ADvantage(TM) heat transfer labels from Avery Dennison, Decorating Technology Div., (Booth #1011) combine high-quality graphics with a "no-label" look to provide high point of purchase impact for high-volume applications in the food, beverage, and health and beauty aids markets.
Alloyd (Booth #620) will introduce its new automatic six-station 6SC1216 Rotary Heat Seal machine. Used for high production runs, this free-standing unit is mechan-ically rated to reach speeds of 10 to 20 cycles/min, depending on shape and style of package.
Gaynes Eng. (Franklin Park, IL) has introduced the Dynacomp compression testing system for evaluating transit or warehouse compressive load forces. Avail-able in either a 2000- or 5000- lb capacity with either a fixed or floating upper platen.
Thiele Engineering (Minneapolis, MN) has introduced its Series 50 intermittent-motion cartoner. With a footprint of 8' x 4', the company claims it is the industry's smallest intermittent-motion cartoner.
Diagraph (St. Louis, MO) has released the Winter/Spring 1995 edition of its industrial products catalog. Contains information on traditional stenciling, hand marking and shipping products, as well as equipment and supplies for automated labeling and coding systems.