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Yaskawa Motoman: PLC control for multiple robots

Yaskawa Motoman’s MLX200 Robot Gateway PLC control platform for Motoman robots enables the control of multiple robots entirely through Rockwell Automation’s ControlLogix and CompactLogix Programmable Automation Controllers (PAC), for a multitude of applications including assembly, part transfer, picking, sorting, kitting, case packing, palletizing, and de-palletizing.
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Delkor: Shipping case/retail-ready display

The patent-pending Cabrio Case shipper from Delkor Systems, Inc. opens with a single motion to reveal a clean, shelf-ready tray.
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AFA Systems: Robotic top load case packer

Able to integrate with a wide range of upstream equipment including v f/f/s systems, horizontal flow wrappers, as well as bottle and pouch filling systems, AFA Systems’ TL-PFG Fanuc Delta 3 Robotic Top Load Case Packer utilizes dual Fanuc M-3iA Pick and Place Robots to top load product into opened cases, at speeds of over 100 ppm.
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Hamrick: Case/tray packers

Able to handle most products on mid- to high-speed lines, HMS Soft-Set Case & Tray Packers from Hamrick gently lower most rigid plastic, glass, and metal containers into their cases, are able to reach speeds up to 30 cases/min., and come in pneumatic vacuum, gripper, or bladder modules.
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Standard-Knapp: Tray shrink packer

For co-packers who need to provide customers with a variety of tray packaging, the flexible and versatile 298 Tritium Trayshrink Packer with Robo-Wand wrapping module from Standard-Knapp can pack in three pack styles – tray, pad, or unsupported.
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AFA Systems: Compact intermittent-motion tray packer

Using servo-driven technology, the MK-CTP compact intermittent motion tray packer from AFA Systems can complete four processes on one compact system: collating product, loading product, forming trays, and finally sealing the loaded tray.
MODULAR PARTS. Changeover from one bottle size to another has gotten so much easier thanks in large part to the new case packer’s modular parts.
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New case packer eliminates bottleneck

New machine lets this New York craft brewer increase production by 30%, improve beer quality and shelf life, and redeploy operators in more meaningful activities.
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Oystar A+F: Wrap-around case packer for cups, cup sets, bottles

Oystar A+F’s SetLine Wrap-around Packer packs single cups, cup sets, and bottles of various shapes and sizes directly into trays or cases, and can also sleeve primary packs into multi-packs before tray/case packing.
TOP-CLIP. Carlsberg’s Astra brand uses a top-clip paperboard ‘carton’ to package its six packs.
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Secondary packaging done offline at Carlsberg

Carlsberg Germany creates offline center for secondary packaging of nonstandard packaging formats, replacing manual packing and increasing output to 14,400 bottles/hr.
The finished, easy-open  cases are aesthetically  pleasing and include  precisely positioned die-cut  holes to view/scan internal  product barcodes.
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Automated packaging solution upgrades e-commerce efficiencies

Pet care products marketer/shipper reduces labor, packaging materials, and delivery costs, while increasing output speeds.

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