Machinery

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Douglas Machine Inc: Glass bottle case packer

The Douglas Machine (Alexandria, MN) Model CMWACP case packer is suitable for packing glass bottles at high speeds. Continuous motion and gentle bottle handling prevent label marring and glass breakage.
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A vision for low-cost inspection

Access Business Group, the manufacturing arm for Amway, upgrades cosmetics packaging with new low-cost vision sensors that confirm literature insertion and label presence.
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Oystar Jones: Cartoners

A new line of Criterion® 2000 cartoners from R.A. Jones (Cincinnati, OH) is available in both continuous- and intermittent-motion models on 3”, 6”, 9”, 12” and 15” centers.
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Ampak: F/f/s system

The A-1600 horizontal f/f/s system from Ampak (Anderson, SC) uses any type of shrink film to produce 50 to 80 packages/min. Standard sealing designs include static overlap or thermal bottom lap.
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A vision for low-cost inspection (sidebar)

A detailed look
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Krones, Inc: P-s labeler

Krones’ (Franklin, WI) Autocol V-2000 p-s labeler has a smaller footprint. The control panel is incorporated into the machine base. Available with 9, 12, 15 and 18 stations, it offers output from 100 to 600 bpm.
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Underwriters Laboratories Inc: Safety standards

Underwriters Laboratories (Northbrook, IL) has published the first edition of the “American National Standard for Meat and Poultry Plant Equipment.”Plant machinery tested includes thermal processing equipment, conveyors, grinders, mixers, slicers, scales, packaging equipment, hand tools and assorted equipment components.
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Automated Production Systems, Corp.: Pressureless combiner

Model #CBR-PLS pressureless combiner from Automated Production (New Freedom, PA) is designed specifically for PET production lines. Uses a meter/brake mass infeed section to control product flow.
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NJM Packaging : Tablet counter

NJM/CLI’s (Lebanon, NH) Cremer CF-1220D tablet counter features complete diagnostic capabilities. Fast changeover requires few change parts and includes motorized height adjustment.
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ESS Technologies: Horizontal cartoners

ESS Technologies, distributor of Bergami packaging machinery, offers Bergami’s AS Series
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Labeling Systems : Label printer/applicator

LSI’s (Oakland, NJ) Model 2890 printer/applicator prints bar codes and text on labels up to 11” L and 8 ½” W, applying them to filled bags at speeds from 50 to 80 bags/min.
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Standard-Knapp: Case packer

Standard-Knapp (Portland, CT) has developed Phoenix, a continuous-motion case packer incorporating new technology that stabilizes handling of unusually shaped products for vertical case packing.
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Quintuplets! (sidebar)

Simple but elegant materials
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Polypack Inc: Pick-and-place machine

Polypack’s (Pinellas Park, FL) ROKH machine picks up small cartons or bottles from conveyors and places them on PE or PVC film for shrink wrapping. Grippers are fully adjustable to varying carton sizes and shapes.
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Zero - Max: Couplings

ServoClass™ Couplings from Zero-Max (Minneapolis, MN) are designed for servo motor and precision motion control applications. Feature zero-backlash flexible metal discs and keyless clamp-type mounting hubs.

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