Advance Lifts (St. Charles, IL) offers its line of stretch wrappers designed and built to meet a variety of pallet-loading requirements. The 24 standard models feature easy-to-use controls, low maintenance components, turntable and carriage drives, powered prestretch dispensers, and a 1-year parts and labor warranty.
ID Technology (Fort Worth, TX) has released a swing-arm tamp module that can apply a label to the leading or trailing edge of a case or carton. Tamp arm swings down or from the side to tamp the label onto the front or rear panel of the product.
The Eagle Phaser, a vf/f/s machine from EaglePack (Oakland, CA), was engineered specifically for feeding and advancing film, forming, filling, and sealing bags with minimal complication, the company says.
A horizontal tf/f/s machine from Multivac (Kansas City, MO) makes blisters and seals them with card or film in one process. The system forms blisters from rollstock and takes roll-fed film, paperboard, or a paper/poly structure, and uses it to make the blister backing.
Columbia/Okura’s (Vancouver, WA) OXPA-DIY software is a Windows-based graphical user interface that gives the user a simple way to create, edit, and download custom robotic palletizing pattern programs.