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Garvens USA: Garvens USA: Dynamic checkweigher

The S-Series dynamic checkweighers from Garvens (Pine Brook, NJ) can weigh and sort up to 400 packages/min for products that weigh up to 13 ¼ lbs.
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Sanford sold on 'cell' concept (sidebar)

Initiating the ‘cell’ concept
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Automated Packaging Systems: Automated Packaging Systems: Robotic palletizer

Palletizing systems from APS (New Freedom, PA) can accommodate 3 to 7 packaging lines that are running multiple package sizes. The machine is available with a full-pallet discharge conveyor as well as magazines for pallets and slip sheets.
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Sanford sold on 'cell' concept (sidebar)

Changeover changes
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Bosch Packaging Technology: Vf/f/s system

In the Bosch Packaging (Bridgman, MI) PMC 4201 vf/f/s system, servomotor controls have replaced the typical vertical shafts and eccentric control.
The rotary filler (top) is driven by a motor capable of handling Robson's viscous spun honey. A slight indentation in each bottl
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Robson's assembles a honey of a line

Filling, capping and labeling jars of honey by hand was too slow at this Arizona honey maker, especially with new markets on the horizon. Automated machinery was the answer
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Bradman-Lake Inc: End-load machine

The SL9000 Servo Series from Bradman-Lake (Bristol, England) is an automatic, continuous-motion end-load machine for large scale, high-speed cartoning operations.
Shown above are just a few of the shapes and sizes filled routinely on Kos?'s versatile bottling line.
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Building sales through versatility

Tokyo-based cosmetics giant Kosé installs two modular, quick-change bottling lines versatile enough to handle nearly 100 different bottle shapes and sizes.
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Trine Labeling Systems: Quick-change labeler

The Quick Change Model 4700 labeler from Trine Labelling Systems (Fullerton, CA) can label lightweight, empty 2-L PET bottles at 600 bottles/min. The 4700 incorporates a container flow path that reduces container dynamics and peripheral speed during label application, resulting in higher labeling speed and precise label placement, says the company.
Frame-mounted 4-axis robot uses vacuum cups to assemble cases of cartoned milk three at a time.
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'Cool' robot palletizes three-up

A robot at Schroeder Milk palletizes cases from three lines in up to three different configurations at a time using specialized tooling to handle cases, pallets or slipsheets. System replaces manual palletization.
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Willett America Inc: Label printer applicators

Willett’s (Grapevine, TX) Labeljet 262 features tamp-jet, tamp, air-jet or swing- arm modules as well as a choice of print engines that can be easily interchanged.
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SeaShell drives away damage (sidebar)

Seagate serves two customer ‘streams’
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BluePrint Automation: Remote case erector

BluePrint Automation’s (Colonial Heights, VA) RCE case erector is designed for standard fully automatic changeover. Features touch screen operator interface for the selection and storage of multiple case sizes.
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Gebo Industries: Dual-belt cap sorter

The newest Aidlin cap-orienting feeder from Gebo (Bradenton, FL) has 2 orienting elevator belts, which allow operators to switch between sorting flat caps and push-pull closures virtually at the touch of a button.
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Teledyne TapTone: On-line inspection system

Use of x-ray technology in TapTone’s (North Falmouth, MA) RayTrak II, an on-line inspection system, is said to provide user with precise fill-level monitoring in bottles, cans and jars.

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