Sigpack Systems will launch its new pick-and-place Delta Robot, said to be the fastest and most accurate in its class. The XR31 robot features advanced capabilities such as a more compact design than its predecessor, maintenance-free operation, and cameras inside the workspace for higher levels of accuracy and flexibility.
SIG Pack Systems offers the integrated Toploader SIGTTL-iV, a machine that forms and loads carton display trays for point of sale. The company says the machine meets all technical considerations for current display tray designs.
Using premade wicketed bags, the BaggerBoss™ from the Doboy Div. of SIG Pack (New Richmond, WI) can fill and seal up to 35 bags/min. Runs anything from flat-tube bags to the latest style of stand-up pouch with any heat sealable film from poly through to specialty laminates.
The SIGRV (shown with the SIGKG3 cartoner) from SIG Pack (Raleigh, NC) produces 4-edged single pouches, as well as twin pouches or strip multiples, and fills them with granules or powders at speeds to 640 pouches/min.
SIG Pack (Raleigh, NC) uses the physics of ocean waves in the operation of its DMY Marshalling Yard, which arranges small, light, flat food products such as cookies and crackers into straight rows as they are conveyed to packing stations.
The improved Eagle Phaser vf/f/s machine from SIG Pack Eagle (Oakland, CA) now features a Koyo PLC that allows for the inclusion of features such as memory for 20 different set-ups and a single point of control for auger and bagger.
SIG Pack's Doboy Div. (New Richmond, WI) has introduced the Linium 301 horizontal wrapper for use with food or non-food products. The unit offers improved sanitation by separating the product track from the machine's frame.
The redesigned DPN-6 wrapper from SIG Pack (Raleigh, NC) offers smooth handling of delicate products, a wide range of acceptable wrapping materials, print registration and automatic splicing of wrapping materials, and new gluing/sealing methods.
Sig Pack Inc.'s Doboy Div. (Raleigh, NC) has introduced The Eclipse(TM), a servo-driven horizontal wrapper. Suitable for a wide range of products, it operates at speeds to 350 packages/min, depending on size.