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Pick-and-place systems

Farason's (Coatesville, PA) intermittent-motion, rotary turret-based assembly systems use a variety of sorting and placing methods to insert cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and household products into containers.
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System shown runs at a rate of 60/min. A tamping device applies downward force to fully seat the insert. Can accommodate a variety of component shapes and sizes.

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