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Malcom Co.: Hot air tool

A hot-air production tool that can be configured with a variety of different nozzles for use in shrink packaging and drying applications is available from Malcom Co.
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Robotic Industries Assn.: Vision inspector

Adding to its Visionscape(TM) family, RVSI Acuity CiMatrix (Canton, MA) introduced Visionscape I-Pak to provide optical character verification for pharmaceutical and packaging applications.
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Electro Cam Corporation: Instructional video

Electro Cam (Roscoe, IL) has released a 15-min video on installation and troubleshooting procedures for EC-2000 and EC-3000 Electronic Cam Limit Switches.
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FANUC Robotics: Top-loading robots

Members of FANUC's (Rochester Hills, MI) family of rail-mounted overhead robots have six axes to manage multiple stations' loading and unloading operations.
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Do-It Corporation: PVC hang tabs

Do-It Corp.'s (South Haven, MI) First Impression(TM) clear PVC hang tabs make products more noticable and communicate key product information to the consumer.
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Baldor Electric Company: Motion controller

The NextMove BX motion controller from Baldor (Fort Smith, AK) can control up to four axes of servo or closed-loop vector, more than 500 points of I/O and two serial ports, all in one unit.
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Multivac Inc: Vacuum packing

Multivac's (Kansas City, MO) C 700 large-chamber vacuum packaging machine is designed for large-scale vacuum packaging of bulk products or products of varying sizes in film pouches.
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The Power Group: The Power Group: Stick packager

T.H.E.M. of New Jersey (Mt. Laurel, NJ) and The Power Group (St. Charles, IL) have introduced the computerized Sanko FC-1000 dry machine that produces "stick" packages at high speeds.
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Hassia USA Inc: Hot-fill poucher

The FlexiBag® 40/26 from Hassia USA (Morganville, NJ) is a vf/f/s machine that produces pouch sizes from 1 to 6 L. Handles liquids and particulates at temperatures to 200°F.
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Colts Plastics Co., Inc: Compartmentalized jars

Colt's Plastics (Dayville, CT) has expanded its line of compartmentalized jars to include the slim-line and the standard-line styles. The two-piece construction has a PP inner bowl and an outer base of urea, PS or SAN.
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Rollstock, Inc: Rollstock, Inc: Bagger

Two to 12" PE bags in rollstock are manually advanced and positioned on the Titan Model 1055 bagger from Allied Automation (Carrollton, TX). Bags are automatically blown open for filling.
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Klockner Bartelt: Push-button changeover poucher

Said to be the first horizontal poucher with push-button changeover and wash-down capability, the Fusion(TM) from Klckner Bartelt (Sarasota, FL) employs 20 multi-axis servos.
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DuPont Packaging: DuPont Packaging: Shrink film

DuPont (Wilmington, DE) Clysar® ABL shrink film is a clear, biaxially oriented, heat-shrinkable, linear low/ultra low-density polyolefin film.
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Kaufman Container Company: Sprayer bottles

Kaufman Container (Cleveland, OH) announces a new line of OPET sprayer-grip oblongs. Available in both 24- and 32-oz sizes, these bottles were designed to function with trigger sprayers.
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Topac Inc: Headspace analyzer

The Checkmate series of automatic O2 and CO2 analyzers for use in modified atmosphere packaging is available from Topac (Hingham, MA). Because of its proprietary fast-warming zirconium oxygen detector, the tool is ready to use in less than 10 minutes after a cold start.

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