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Throughput improvements from a package-advancing lane merge and infeed algorithm

White paper from Yaskawa describes a technology to convert randomly incoming products into a steady, uniformly spaced flow for a subsequent packaging operation.
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Equipment manufacturers offer various options to accurately space randomly arriving products for a subsequent operation. The technology is available, but many times the planning and implementation process, cost, space requirements and maintenance can strain a company’s resources.

Complete pre-engineered Solution Packages™ such as Yaskawa’s Synch-Belt™ random product in-feed can significantly lessen that strain, while solving the operational challenge of synchronizing product flow. Synch-Belt™ is a single-lane product phasing application for machines such as cartoners and case packers that require evenly spaced products.

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