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Divide and Conquer with this Multi-Lane Solution
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Divide and Conquer with this Multi-Lane Solution

See how Morrison Container Handling Solutions System divides a high speed line into 4 lanes for flexible intermittent filling and then utilizes controlled combining to get back to the high speed requirements.
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QComp Technologies, Inc: Robotic lid applicator

Delivering speeds up to 240 lids/min., QComp’s robotic lid applicator product line has been expanded to include a high-capacity robotic lid dispenser that uses a unique feed system to maximize production and reduce loading time.
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Omega Design Corp.: Variable speed feeders for desiccant and oxygen absorbers

Servo-operated canister and pouch feeders for can execute multiple drops per container and handle varying container sizes.
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Nercon Engineering & Mfg. Inc: Singulator system

Nercon’s high-throughput ARB Singulator system with Intralox ARB technology is designed to handle random flow and multiple-sized products from five infeed lanes at 300 ppm (pieces per minute.)
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Standard-Knapp: Servo-driven bottle laner

Able to handle a variety of bottles, as well as non-round and unstable containers, Standard-Knapp’s Bottle Laner is designed to distribute bottles from a single-file line to multiple lanes, but can also redistribute two lanes into three or more if required.
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Omega Design Corp.: Variable speed feeder for desiccant and oxygen absorbers

Handling up to 300 bottles/min. the OMNI-Feeder from Omega Design Corporation is a servo-operated variable speed feeder for desiccant and oxygen absorbers that accommodates both canisters and pouches.
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Nalbach Engineering Co.: Bottle orientor for asymmetric bottles

With the servo-driven Neco-Orientor Inline “0/180” degree bottle orientor from Nalbach, bottles are accepted from a single lane source and, based upon a vision sensor’s output, allowed to pass if they are properly oriented, or spun 180 degrees if they are not properly oriented.
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Gralex: Unwind stands for intermittent feed systems

The GRALEX SRS Stationary Series Unwind Stands for use with paper, paperboard, plastic film, foil, and other roll material allow one person roll changes, require no tools for changeovers, provide automatic self-adjusting friction brakes, handle unwind speeds up to 100 fpm, and include fork lift slots for easy moving.
Mail-order pharmacy fulfillment system
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Mail-order pharmacy fulfillment system

The Script Pack Sprint from Automated Packaging Systems first scans products as they are conveyed to the packaging area, prints and loads the literature insert, verifies and loads the product into a bag, and then seals the bag.
Pharmaceutical application: Dosing cup placement
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Pharmaceutical application: Dosing cup placement

A U.S. pharmaceutical company needed a system to feed, orient and place three (3) different dosage cups onto corresponding liquid filled medicine bottles at output rates ranging from 85 to 160 bottles per minute, depending on size of bottle. The CMA turret is designed with individual vacuum heads that lift each cup up and gently place it over the capped/filled liquid bottle.
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