The Quadrus(TM) 2D code reader from Microscan Systems (Renton, WA) reads 2D bar-code symbologies at rates to 300 labels/min on most media types. Suitable for tracking and verification in automated packaging systems, it can be mounted on conveyor lines or included as a component within equipment.
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Weber Marking's (Arlington Heights, IL) complete line of label and printing equipment and supplies are featured in its 1998 catalog. The 28 pages cover a variety of marking and labeling methods, from hand stampers and stencils to fully integrated print/apply labeling systems.
All-Fill (Exton, PA) has released a brochure on its Quantum II Model B-250 auger filler. An introduction to the machine followed by a 17-item bulleted list of features and benefits completes one side of this two-side brochure.
Motoman's (West Carrollton, OH) lightweight, low-cost SV3 robot can be used for small-parts handling and packaging applications. The articulated six-axis robot features a 3-kg (6.6-lb) payload capacity, a reach of 677 mm (26.6") and a repeatability rate of ±0.03 mm (±0.001").
Automated Packaging Systems (Streetsboro, OH) has introduced the Stacked Masterpack System, which takes products individually packaged in Autobags and places them in larger bags in groups of 25, 50 or 75.
Impact Automation (Lewisville, TX) has introduced the PA450 Series of printer/applicators. Robotic articulating arm can place single or multiple labels anywhere within a flat plane on the product or package, in varying orentations.