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Pro Mach demonstrates complete end-of-line integrated system
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Pro Mach demonstrates complete end-of-line integrated system

End of Line Group provides single sourcing for complete, turnkey integrated systems optimized for each customer's unique packaging needs. The integrated system includes components from five Pro Mach brands.
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Beumer: Pallet load protection

The Beumer Group’s stretch hood high-performance packaging machine is a fully-automatic system that covers palletized containers, such as beverage crates or trays, with a flexible stretch film.
Multi-axis demo for pick-and-place, palletizing
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Multi-axis demo for pick-and-place, palletizing

B&R featured a live demo of a multi-axis ActuatorLine from Rollon. The unit demos a 5 actuator - 3 axis of motion infrared target practice game that is driven by B&R controls. Rollon X-Y-Z gantry is an out-of-the-box solution for pick and place, packaging, palletizing and depalletizing, delivering flexible, reliable, accurate linear motion controlled by B & R.
Palletize at speeds of 2 secs/bag
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Palletize at speeds of 2 secs/bag

New robotic system from Fanuc is capable of palletizing 30+ bags/min and is suitable for cases or bags. The unique benefit is that this palletizer breaks the two second barrier for bag-to-bag palletizing.
Video: Pro Mach Offers Complete End of Line Integrated System
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Video: Pro Mach Offers Complete End of Line Integrated System

Pro Mach’s End of Line Group provides single sourcing for complete, turnkey integrated systems optimized for each customer’s unique packaging needs. The integrated system includes components from five Pro Mach brands.
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Columbia: High-speed, inline palletizer

Able to palletize 72 to 120 cases/min., the HL7200 high-speed, inline palletizer from Columbia Machine is an easy-to-operate palletizer that features a safety package, flexibility, and a high-performance level in a robust and reliable design.
Video: Currie by Brenton’s MasterPal palletizes or depalletizes fast and gently
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Video: Currie by Brenton’s MasterPal palletizes or depalletizes fast and gently

The Currie by Brenton MasterPal™ loads or unloads almost any type of product – bulk items, trays, large loads, and bundles – up to five full 500 pound layers a minute using a servo-operated rotary tool and slat system that quickly and gently handles full layers of product with each motion and outperforms vacuum pick and rollers.
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Currie by Brenton introduces the new third generation wisdom HLP palletizer

Currie by Brenton’s hydraulic free, servo-driven high-speed palletizer with high level infeed delivers advanced all servo-drive efficiency, precision, and consistency. The HLP is user friendly with a programmable touchscreen, PackML, and state-of-the art safety features.
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Beumer: High-capacity layer palletizer

Designed to gently and efficiently palletize highly-sensitive products at a rate up to 2,500 bags/hr., Beumer’s reengineered paletpac 2500 also provides better accessibility, shorter assembly period, higher flexibility, and lower costs.
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AFA Systems: Gantry robot palletizing system

Using a 3-axis robot to pick and place a wide variety of products such as cases, pails, etc., the AF-PLT gantry robot palletizing system from AFA Systems provides an economical solution to automate the pallet building process.

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