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Case erector has unique method of heating adhesive
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Case erector has unique method of heating adhesive

The Model 450 case erector does cases at 55/min. Liquamelt system, developed in cooperation with H.B. Fuller and Graco, uses a soy-based adhesive and requires considerably less heat and energy than comparable systems because the adhesive is only heated just before it's sprayed from the nozzle.
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New auto-adjust feature on case former reduces changeover time
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New auto-adjust feature on case former reduces changeover time

Auto Adjust is a robotic technology that allows operators to preset case dimensions.
Machine Product Brief

ARPAC LLC: Portable case former

 ARPAC’s Model MCE-3400 Case Former handles left- and right-hand cases and comes with adjustment wheels and indicator scales for fast, tool-less changeovers and set up.
Small-footprint case erector/bottom sealer
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Small-footprint case erector/bottom sealer

For space-restricted areas, this entry-level machine can produce up to 20 cases/min.
 LOOK. Brown-Forman redesigned the bottle, label, and cap for its Jack Daniels Gentleman Jack line of premium Tennessee whiskey.
Machine Case Study

Line upgrade accommodates redesigned Gentleman Jack packaging

Jack Daniels team tips its cap to performance of new, high-efficiency capping equipment.


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