Dynell Inc. (Danielson, CT) discusses its wide range of labels, bar code ribbons, tabletop design-and-print systems, and print-and-apply systems for labeling applications in its new full-color brochure.
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The TouchControl "Checkster" checkweighing system from All-Fill (Exton, PA) is designed for smaller boxes, bottles, cans, or cartons used in prepared and packaged foods, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and chemical products.
Sato America (Sunnyvale, CA) has introduced the CL-412, a high-resolution, competitively priced thermal-transfer bar code printer. It employs a replaceable plug-in interface module, which allows users to change interface types without having to upgrade the printer.
Zed Industries (Vandalia, OH) has added touch-screen controls to its Auto Skin-Trim in-line skin-packaging machine. Designed for high-volume skin packaging using 18" x 24" master cards, it operates at speeds in excess of 10 cycles/min.
The CP-522 automatic uniform carton sealing machine from Central Products (Menasha, WI) can handle multiple lines of the same box at one time: speeds are determined by box length and speed of conveyor.
Freeform® HDIJ is a patented, high-definition ink-jet printing system from Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL). Priced competitively with typical ink-jet products, it uses a single nozzle to provide a printout with a resolution of up to ten times that of similar products, says the company.
On July 1, 1996, the United States Postal Service announced new discount incentives requiring bar code tray labels. Monarch Marking Systems (Dayton, OH) has published portable and tabletop mailing solutions that comply with new postal regulations.
The 6BC-400 is a high/variable-speed, automatic-load, horizontal sleeve cartoning machine from ADCO Manufacturing (Sanger, CA). It allows automatic indexing and carton loading of one-piece trayed or bagged products at speeds to 400 cartons/min.
Sonoco Engraph Label Group (Cold Spring, KY) now offers blow molders in-mold labels with good abrasion-resistance and graphics. Unlike most printers, says the company, Sonoco Engraph can handle short runs with labels 1 to 1.5 mils thick using conventional plates.