Machinery

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Dalemark Industries Inc: Thermal-transfer printer

Dalemark Industries (Lakewood, NJ) has developed the XXTREME thermal-transfer printer for blister cards and strip and fanfold labels. Suitable for most materials, in widths from 1.2" to 6.1".
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Imaging Technology Inc: Machine vision software

The latest version of Sherlock32 machine vision software is available free of charge from Imaging Technology (Bedford, MA). The 32-bit software is Windows 95- or NT-based.
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Horizontal form/fill/seal system

Cavanna USA (Sparta, NJ) has introduced Logica Polar®, a PC-controlled, continuous-motion pillow pack machine that allows 100% washdown while running.
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U.S. Bottlers Machinery Company: Small frame capper

U.S. Bottlers Machinery (Charlotte, NC) has introduced a 14"-pitch-dia rotary capper. Designed for smaller containers such as those used in pharmaceutical, food and chemical applications, it can reach speeds to 250 bottles/min.
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P.P. Payne, Inc: Teartape for candy

P.P. Payne (Ashland, VA) has introduced a new application for its Supastrip® teartape. The teartape can now be integrated into flow packs within the confectionery industry.
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Imaging Technology Inc: Vision newsletter

"The Images Report" is a redesigned newsletter from Imaging Technology (Bedford, MA) focusing on helping manufacturers implement machine vision and automated imaging.
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Huhtamaki: Stretch sleeve labeler

Designed for the dairy industry, the SR-05 PE stretch sleeve labeler from Huhtamaki (DeSoto, KS) applies sleeve labels to containers at speeds to 90/min.
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Testing Machines Inc: Bond testing

Testing Machines Inc. (Islandia, NY) is offering a four-page brochure introducing its new Automatic Internal Bond Prep Station and Monitor/Internal Bond(TM) Tester.
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FOX IV Technologies: FOX IV Technologies: Label printer/applicator

The 8031 label printer from Fox IV Technologies (Pittsburgh, PA) uses a Datamax MAX print engine to print text, bar codes and graphics at speeds to 10"/sec, and 203 dpi.
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Gilbreth: Gilbreth: Timing screws on TE banding machine

Manufacturer CMS Gilbreth (Bensalem, PA) says installing new timing screws on the TRA line of TE banding equipment can increase throughput by 25%. CMS' tests indicate that 50 to 100 more containers/min can be banded when the new plastic screws are added, depending on lid or cap size.
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All-Fill Inc: Automatic auger filler

Model THAA-400 three-head automatic auger filler from All-Fill (Exton, PA) uses three independently operating filler stations and one common conveyor for continuous filling and container transport.
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CD/cassette labeler

Labeling Systems' (Oakland, NJ) new CD/cassette labeler applies p-s labels to CD jewel boxes or cassette cases at speeds to 100/min. It incorporates an air cylinder tamp-type applicator for positive control.
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Fernqvist Labeling Solutions: Thermal printer

The FLS 6200 thermal printer from Fernqvist Labeling Solutions (Mountain View, CA) prints labels in widths up to 6" at a rate of 6"/sec, at a print resolution of 203 dpi.
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Stone Container Corp: Square-bottom bag

Stone Container Corp. (Chicago, IL) has introduced a square-bottom, pinch-top bag for packaging powders and other dry materials such as foods, pharmaceuticals and chemicals requiring a sanitary primary container.
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Handbook on paper processes

From AB Lorentzen & Wettre (Kista, Sweden) comes the L & W Handbook to provide tips on simple ways to reduce the costs of paper-making. Suggestions include on-line strength testing and monitoring the condition of felts to reduce unplanned stoppages.

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