Multifeeder’s (White Bear Lake, MN) feeding and gluing system uses a friction feeder to dispense flat products onto a conveyer. The next station applies a glue pattern to that product, and a second feeder places another product on top of the first.
Universal Labeling Systems (St. Petersburg, FL) has released a tri-fold brochure that details the company’s complete line of p-s labeling equipment. The catalog-style brochure includes descriptions of semi-automatic and automatic labeling machines, as well as print-and-apply units.
Using a 300 dpi thermal-transfer printer, the Model 2998 intermittent-motion corner wrap printer/applicator from LSI (Oakland, NJ) prints on any size p-s labels before tamping them onto leading or trailing sides of folding cartons at speeds to 30/min.
Fasback’s (Monterey, CA) semi-automatic Little Boxer™ Workstation uses hot melt adhesive to seal up to 10 boxes/min. The portable machine can also erect boxes and is suitable for use with coated or uncoated RSC and HSC corrugated cases.
Alpha’s (Exton, PA) HP Series of checkweighers is recommended for pharmaceutical, cosmetics and food packaging applications. The various models offer weighing capacity of 1 kg to 150 kg and speeds from 150 to 400 containers/min.
The 262 thermal-transfer label printer/applicator from ID Technologies (Fort Worth, TX) can be integrated directly into production lines and can be oriented to apply labels to the tops, bottoms or sides of passing packages.