The PadMate from Vantage Pak (New Britain, CT) is a compact pick-and-place system designed with a servo-controlled pick-and-place arm. The dual-purpose arm will pick and place a corrugated pad from the magazine onto a 2-stage conveyor belt.
At this contract packager of personal care products, once bottles are gripped from opposite sides by a transfer conveyor, pucks, supplied by Advantage Puck, ride down an incline conveyor while bottles are transported toward the labeler.
Vibrac Corp.’s (Amherst, NH) semi-automatic induction sealer is capable of fitting all bottle sizes using 15-mm to 110-mm caps. Total output up to 30 bottles/min, requiring operator only to adjust cap size and load bottles.
At this contract packager of personal care products, empty bottles in pucks from Advantage Puck move into the 12-head liquid filler from Masterfil. After filling, a three-head capper torques down caps, and then the containers exit the filler and move toward depucking.
T&G Machinery, sister company of Wepackit (Orangeville, Ontario, Canada), offers a 110-v, portable case erector/bottom taper. Producing up to 14 cases/min, erector handles case size ranges to 24”x16”x15”.