Machinery

Case/Tray Packing

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Trinamics Incorporated: Case erector

Trinamics has introduced the T3500CED for erecting RSC cases at speeds to 60/min. Continuous-motion machine features a compact footprint and user-friendly servo technology for rapid changeovers.
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SWF Companies: Combination case packer

New from SWF is the DP 260C combination case packer for flat and vertical case and tray packing of products packed in flexible bags. Reaching speeds to 240 bags/min for flat packing and 70 bags/min for vertical packing, the DP 260C is suitable for a variety of bagged products including frozen foods, pet foods, cat litter, stuffing mix, flour, confectionery products, and snack foods.
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Maxco Inc: Case erector

Maxco Machinery Div. introduces the ME 24 Case Erector. Machine can tape or glue up to 25 cases/min, and is capable of tool-less changeover. Footprint is 8' 6"x4'6".
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Bar-code barriers

Pharmaceutical companies will wrestle with packaging design and production challenges over the next two years.
Gerry Gunderson
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HealthPack shines in Florida

Medical device manufacturers continually strive for zero recalls caused by packaging problems. An on-site report on this and other issues from HealthPack 2004.
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OK International: Case erector

O/K Intl. introduces the new OK Superformer 2 case erector. Machine erects up to 28 cases/min and is equipped with 2 alternating vacuum heads. Features include automatic box squaring, low-tape alarm, low-box alarm, one turn of a handle to change 4 adjustment points, and stainless-steel construction.
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Unfinished business

As I began to gear up for 2004, I realized that my office was littered with a whole raft of news and feature story applications that, for a variety of reasons, were not published.
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T.A.D. acquires S.V. Dice Designers

T.A.D. Packaging Machinery acquired the assets of S.V. Dice Designers.
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Controls integration can boost supply chain efficiencies

In researching a March Packaging World story about how controls integration and information technologies can improve supply chain efficiencies, I wound up gathering more information than I could fit in the designated space.
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Case erector

Maxco Machinery Div.
This case erector is equipped with integrated case-printing technology.
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Ingenious integration

An integrated printing system helps this case erector manufacturer reduce machine cost, better meet floor space requirements, and lower maintenance expense.
American Italian Pasta Co.: Case packing on a pasta packaging line
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American Italian Pasta Co.: Case packing on a pasta packaging line

Finished bags are conveyed through a metal detector from Fortress Technologies and a checkweigher from Heat and Control just before case packing from Fallas Automation. Filled cases are taped shut and date coded on their sides.
American Italian Pasta Co.: Case erecting on a pasta packaging line
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American Italian Pasta Co.: Case erecting on a pasta packaging line

Flat case blanks are erected automatically and then sent to the case packing machine from Fallas Automation.
Feldschloesschen Brewery: Tray packing of beer in PET
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Feldschloesschen Brewery: Tray packing of beer in PET

Massed bottles move into the Krones Variopac tray packer, where they're divided into lanes and then collated and tray packed.
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Brenton Engineering hires Leuschke as vp sales and marketing

Brenton Engineering Co. hired Scott Leuschke as vp sales and marketing.

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