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Robotic case loader

Salwasser (Reedley, CA) will introduce its new automatic robotic case loading system. It consists of a Model FX-100 robotic case loader, integrated with a model OBC-2 case opener/bottom closer.
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Indexing conveyor

WeighPack Systems (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) now offers bottle/can indexing conveyors for integration on WeighPack's automatic weigh/fill systems.
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Sleeve cartoner

Adco Manufacturing's (Sanger, CA) new 6BC-400 high-speed, horizontal sleeve cartoner allows automatic indexing and loads cartons of one-piece trayed or bagged products at a maximum speed of 400 cartons/min.
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Static-resistant conveyor links

Intrinsically Static Dissipative (ISD(TM)) links from Flexlink Systems (Bethlehem, PA) are used with conveyor systems to provide virtually static-free conveyor operation, says the company.
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Self-torquing capper

A new rotary-type, continuous-motion capper from National Instrument (Baltimore, MD) achieves rates up to 100 containers/min, using six torquing stations.
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Microprocessor control system

Labeling Systems (Oakland, NJ) has introduced its newest microprocessor control system for the Model 3000 labeling head. Its exclusive 32-bit RISC microprocessor provides complete control and monitoring of labeler functions.
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Checkweighing system

B.C.E. Technologies (Tampa, FL) will introduce the new Smartweigh checkweighing system. It's economically priced for low- and mid-speed checkweighing.
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Laser markers

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.
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Wide web label printer

Diagraph's (St. Louis, MO) LPT/1080 thermal/thermal-transfer label printer handles wide web labels, with a print width of 8.5" and a media width of 9".
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Robotic cell

IASE (Branchburg, NJ) will introduce the new MPT400 robotic cell. It loads trays, cartons, cases or wrapper infeeds at speeds up to 500 pieces/min.
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Label inspection upgrade

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.
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Prefeeder

Model AFTTP-.5 is a tabletop prefeeder by Automatic Feeder (Schaumburg, IL) designed to eliminate overhead loading by an operator. This elevating prefeeder is designed to meter small parts into vibratory or centrifugal feeders.
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Horizontal wrapper brochure

Formost Packaging Machines (Woodinville, WA) offers a four-page brochure on the Fuji-Formost FW-3400 Alpha III form/fill/seal system. Includes specifications for six models, as well as typical display screens and machine dimensional drawings.
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Printer/applicator

Quadrel Labeling Systems (Mentor, OH) has developed a thermal-transfer print/apply labeling system available with mounting hardware for most case tapers.
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Thermal transfer ribbon

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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