Labeling Systems (Mahwah, NJ) will show its new Model 1600 front, back and wraparound labeling system. It's equipped with a positioner/spacer feature that allows usage with most product shapes, without the use of change parts, at speeds to 145 cycles/min.
Midwest Industrial Packaging (Winnetka, IL) has developed a seal-less tool that tensions, cuts and seals steel strapping. Innovative, says the company, is that Model MIP-4700 can be adjusted when fitted with the company's strap guide.
CMS Gilbreth (Trevose, PA) has introduced a new digital imaging service geared for short runs or prototypes. The process eliminates conventional negatives and printing plates or screened art preparation and instead uses electronic prepress and digital technologies to create images in multiple colors, or four-color process illustrations on a variety of substrates.
Weber Marking Systems (Arlington Heights, IL) has introduced its new wide-web 96 Series thermal/thermal-transfer label printer. It produces high-density bar codes, text and graphics on p-s labels and tags up to 8.8" W.
Lumonics Corp. (Oxnard, CA) has introduced a new full-color, 6-page brochure that profiles the CO2 laser-equipped LaserMark® systems for on-line laser coding applications in the packaging and beverage industries.
For use in can labeling applications, the OP231 label inspection station from Optel Technologies (St. Foy, Quebec, Canada) can be fitted to Ace-type mechanical can ejector systems to verify labels, bar codes and proper label placement.