As part of a continuous motion cartoning system, Aagard’s robotic infeed module handles a variety of components that are difficult to feed in other ways, including meal kits that require placing two or more different packages into a single carton.
IPak’s TF200 delivers speed, tray flexibility, and forming consistency in a simpler, easier to maintain design than traditional mechanical solutions. Additional benefits include modular construction for easy integration and maintenance, fewer wear parts, precise control, and reliable operation in demanding locations. Booth # N-4006
Z Automation’s ZAC CV7.5 100CHL vertical cartoner provides a single system to erect and close flip-top applications. Run it in intermittent or continuous mode, and grow with it -- from multiple hand-load applications to the automated efficiency of Fanuc spider robotics as shown.
With incoming carton speeds up to 400/min. and bundling speeds up to 100/min., Douglas Machine’s high-speed carton stacking and shrink bundling system combines the company’s Velocity Stacker for cartons and Contour M-50 shrink bundler to produce bundle counts that are conveniently sized to match shelf re-stocking quantities.
From personal care to food (in this video, candy bars) this high-speed automatic packaging line delivers elegantly simple, single multi-servo axis control to reduce costs and space requirements while adding modular flexibility and operator interface ease. Billy Goodman, Managing Director of Cama USA, gives you a preview of the machine mated with a flowwrapping machine and conveyor. The same 'tech' handles end-of-line applications. Watch it, then see it running on the Expo floor!