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CVC Technologies: Wrap-around labeler

CVC Technologies has introduced the CVC-300 wraparound labeler. It features a Self Set™ system: simply place the product on the conveyor and press a button, and the p-s labeler is ready to perform.
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Snyder of Berlin's bulk bag unloader discharges 2,000 lb of cornmeal into a hopper before a 4\"-diameter flexible screw conveyor
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Bulk bag automation gives Snyder relief

An automated cornmeal unloading system handles 2ꯠ-lb totes at snack maker Snyder of Berlin. That saves on labor costs associated with previous manual dumping of 100-lb bags of cornmeal.
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Columbia/Okura: Robotic rejection palletizing

Columbia/Okura’s line of robotic palletizers can be configured for easy separation and removal of out-of-specification products, whether packed in bags, cases, or bundles, company says.
F. Gaviña & Sons: Case erecting for coffee producer
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F. Gaviña & Sons: Case erecting for coffee producer

Corrugated blanks are pulled from a magazine and automatically set up by this machine, which replaces a manual operation.
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Norland International: Case packer

Norland Int'l.
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Shuttleworth, Inc: Conveyors

Shuttleworth introduces a line of SmartFeed™ conveyors that interface with all wrappers. Six different designs meet the specific belt or lug feed requirements of these machines.
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Dorner Mfg. Corp.: Conveyor with vacuum options

Dorner Manufacturing offers vacuum options to its 3200 Series conveyors. Benefits include securing parts on an inclined 3200 Series conveyor, holding parts securely to the belt for critical applications such as inspection, assembly, and accurate feeding, maintaining control of flimsy parts or material in transit.
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uni-chains Manufacturing Inc: Pressure reduced rollers

uni-chains offers its MPB-PRR 2” pitch modular belt with rollers. Belt is ideal for accumulation of boxes or transfer conveyors. Rollers can be placed in the direction of travel or transversely.
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Basics of servos

A primer on servos in modern packaging equipment.
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Fieldbus shrinks bundler's controls, assembly time

A new fieldbus for EDL’s in-line shrink bundler reduces control cabinet size by 50% and reduces wiring time by 30%, while increasing flexibility.
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Heavy-duty palletizer

The fully automatic LSP-7 palletizer from Currie Machinery is designed to run heavy-duty loads 24/7 and can be cost-effectively upgraded.
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Automated Packaging Systems: Automated Packaging Systems: Case conveyor

APS’s (New Freedom, PA) Easy-Glide case conveyor provides quiet, smooth accumulation with low maintenance, company says. No product damage from rollers can occur because the product is fully supported by the chain.
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Arrowhead Systems, Inc. promotes Sena

Chuck Sena has been promoted to sales development specialist for Arrowhead Systems (Oshkosh, WI).
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SouthPack serves up three pavilions

Running April 30 and May 1 in Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center, SouthPack will feature three pavilions. In the Pharmaceutical and Nutraceutical Packaging Pavilion, visitors will be able to source specialty equipment, medical-grade materials and supplies, kits, blister packs, and TE containers.
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PACex goes International

Packaging, food processing, and logistics/materials handling technologies will all converge at Toronto’s International Centre during PACex International May 6-8.

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