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Converting data into dollars

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Cartoner speeds changeover

Third-generation, semi-automatic vertical cartoner relies on servo technology to quicken changeover and permit wide size ranges.
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Uhlmann Packaging Systems: Top-loading cartoner

The TopLoader T 2060 is a new top loading cartoner developed jointly by Uhlmann and its partner Harro Höfliger Packaging Systems. The cartoner inserts primary packages into cartons from the top.
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Technik Packaging Machinery, LLC: Small cartoner

Technik Packaging offers the Carton King® cartoner for smaller products at rates to 60 cartons/min with a footprint as small as 40”x38”. Machine can accommodate pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, specialty foods, and small parts.
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Tisma, an SWF Company: High-speed vertical cartoner

Tisma offers the TC 400 Series of vertical cartoners that are capable of reaching speeds to 750 cartons/min. Stainless-steel machine is designed for a range of carton sizes and product types, including grains, multiple-count pouches, candy, pet food, pasta, golf balls, and chewing gum.
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Small cartoner

Technik Packaging offers the Carton King cartoner for smaller products at rates to 60 cartons/min with a footprint as small as 40"x38".
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Top-loading cartoner

The TopLoader T 2060 is a new machine developed jointly by Uhlmann and its partner Harro Höfliger Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH.
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Q&A: Club store trends

Mike Bilder, president of contract packager Peacock Engineering in Itasca, IL, talks about the interplay among major food manufacturers, club stores, and contract packagers.
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Signet Marking Devices: Hot melt ink printer

Operating in both continuous- or intermittent-motion applications, the HM8000 hot melt ink printer is said to provide clean, crisp, instant dry prints at the lowest cost per unit.
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California Packaging Systems: Horizontal cartoner

The FC-Series horizontal cartoner operates at speeds to 300 cpm in its continuous-motion configuration and 60 cpm in intermittent motion. It’s equipped with a CMF-2 rotary feeder that includes rotating and reciprocating suction cups for the removal of various shapes of cartons.
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OYSTAR USA Pharmaceutical Packaging Division: Mini-compact cartoner

Mini-Compact Intermittent Motion Vertical Cartoner with digital position counters for fast changeovers runs straight, reverse tuck or glued cartons. The cartoner measures 5’8’’ x 3’ x 5’ and allows sit-down operation.
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Triangle Package Machinery Co.: Bag-in-box cartoner

Triangle Package Machinery (Chicago, IL) introduces its bag-in-box cartoner, ProLine FC. Machine employs a new method for inserting bags into cartons in single-, twin-, and triple-pack patterns.
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Bett Sistemi Srl: Linked carriage positioner

Bett Sistemi (Correggio, Italy) introduces its Robolift line of linked carriage positioners for simplifying container infeed alignment in bundling, multipacking, cartoning, or tray-packing machines.

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