Machinery

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Schroeder Machines: Case erector

The Allen-Bradley PLC-controlled Model 6000 Formnumatic® case erec-tor from Schroeder Machines (East Syracuse, NY) forms KD RSC corrugated cases and tapes the bottoms at speeds of 12 cpm.
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Bear Rock Technologies Corp.: Labeling program

Bear Rock Technologies Corp. (Shingle Springs, CA) has released Bear Rock Labeler--Wizard's Edition, an innovative labeling program for Microsoft Windows(TM).
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BluePrint Automation: Collation system

The Smart-Track high-speed collation system from BluePrint Automation (Colonial Heights, VA) is designed to group individual packages, present the group to the pick-up station of a robot and allow dwell time for the pickup.
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Custom Conveyor, Inc: Custom Conveyor, Inc: Solutions video

A new 16-min video from Custom Conveyor (Greensburg, IN) shows the latest technology and unique features of the company's line of conveyor systems.
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Alpha Checkweighers: Checkweiger

The CW-10 checkweighing system from Alpha Checkweighers (Exton, PA) has a 12-lb capacity and a 350 weightments/min top speed, making it suitable for primary packages for foods, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and chemical products.
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Supermatic Package Machinery, Inc: Tray former/shrink wrapper

From Supermatic Package Machinery (Fairfield, NJ) come tray former/shrink wrappers manufactured by Baumer Srl, Modena, Italy. Designed for speeds of 20, 30 or 40 cases/min, these machines handle products from one or more production lines.
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Dry product filler

The OPTIMA F1-3 from OPTIMA (Schwo/oobisch Hall, Germany) fills up to three rigid containers at once with dry or powdered product at speeds to 150 cpm.
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Labeling Systems : Vial labeler

Labeling Systems' (Oakland, NJ) Model 1550 Print & Apply Vial Labeler reads vial's bar code, transmits the data to the thermal-transfer printer, then prints and applies the label via a roller applicator.
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Peco Controls Corporation: Fill-level inspection

The Gamma 101P Fill Level Inspection System from PECO (Milpitas, CA) inspects all sizes and shapes of containers for almost any fill, from small vials of pharmaceuticals to filled cookies and crackers, from candies to deodorants, at speeds to 2군 cpm.
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Tablet counter

For both tablets and capsules, Model CF1220 from Cremer Speciaalmachines B.V. (Lisse, Holland) is said to exceed CGMP standards. Will fill 100 tablets into a bottle at speeds to 60 bpm.
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Handling/labeling system

The customized Label-Aire (Fullerton, CA) Model 3300 product-handling system has two 7"-wide stepper-driven 2115ST wipe-on applicators and two 20" powered unwinds for front/back labeling.
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PneumaticScaleAngelus: Turret capper

The Pneumatic Scale (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) TC Capper caps glass, metal, fiberboard and lightweight plastic bottles at 38 to 750 bottles/min, depending on the model.
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Dissolvable label

The Kennedy Group (Eastlake, OH) has introduced the Quick Wash(TM) label. This 2-mil poly, p-s label is applied manually or automatically to reusable containers.
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Quantum Creations: Pour spout

Quantum Creations (Emeryville, CA) has developed the Auto Pour System(TM). This PP fitment measures and dispenses granular goods. To keep contents fresh until next use, simply close the Auto Pour spout.
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Pick-and-place packer

New high-speed pick-and-place case packer for snacks will be unveiled by BluePrint Automation (Colonial Heights, VA). Modular packer can be adapted to horizontal or vertical bag packing.

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