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Label printer

The 20 Series thermal/thermal-transfer label printer from Weber Marking Systems (Arlington Heights, IL) is suited for high-volume applications. It prints bar codes, text and graphics at 12"/sec at 203 dpi onto p-s labels and tags measuring up to 5.5" W and 30" L.
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Pharmaceutical labeler

Model 390 is a vial, syringe and ampule labeler from Auto Labe (Ft. Pierce, FL). A stepper-driven roller conveyor with an automatic label applicator allows labeling at speeds to 80 products/min.
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Metal detection verifier

Loma's (Elk Grove Village, IL) Performance Validation System ensures that the pre-set sensitivities of metal detectors are maintained at a constant level.
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Automatic can palletizer

The Mectra MT 568 high-speed can palletizer from Emmeti (Butler, PA) can palletize up to six layers of empty or filled cans/min. For use with most can sizes, the machine can run multiple sizes on a single run.
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Ink-jet printer

The Jet-A-Mark® DOD-5000 drop-on-demand ink-jet printer from Matthews Intl. (Pittsburgh, PA) is designed for use in harsh industrial environments.
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Pharmaceutical inspection system

The I-300 Pharmaceutical Inspection System from Key Technology (Walla Walla, WA) continuously monitors tablets, capsules, caplets, gelcaps and softgels using patented Spatial Color Analysis (SCA) technology, while validating product quality.
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Ink-jet software

Imaging Technologies (Cookeville, TN) has introduced BoxWriter(TM) software, a Microsoft® Windows(TM)-based program for high-resolution ink-jet printing systems.
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High-definition ink-jet printing

FreeForm® high-definition ink-jet (HDIJ) printing from Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL) is a single-nozzle continuous ink-jet system. It deploys faster sweep rates to provide printout with a resolution of up to 10 times that of current products, says the company.
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Induction sealing on untreated glass

Enercon Industries (Menomonee Falls, WI) has developed new waxless foils that enable untreated glass jars to be induction sealed at high speeds. Previously, glass containers had to be treated in order to accept a foil inner seal.
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Coding system

Smart Date direct thermal traversing coding system from Bell-Mark (Pine Brook, NJ) was designed to replace conventional hot stamp coders on form/fill/ seal machines, baggers and labelers.
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Case depalletizer/feeder

The Model Q2060 case depalletizer/hopper feeder from R.A. Pearson (Spokane, WA) is a ruggedly designed fully-automatic machine that eliminates the need for operators to monitor and manually load cases into a hopper from pallet stacks.
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Bagging system

The Pack-Star bagger from I.D. Images (Strongsville, OH) fills a range of products into flexible bags at speeds to 50/min. Minimum bag size is 2" x 2"; maximum size is 9" x 12".
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Bag former

The Black Box from UVA-Butler (Richmond, VA) is a flat-bottom bag air expelling and bag shaping unit for flat-bottom bags. It creates brick-type bags by eliminating air in gabletop bags and folding and taping the top fin for a brick-type appearance.
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Form/fill/seal system

The Boxibag form/fill/seal system from Inland Trade (Miami, FL) produces square or rectangular type packages with four distinct gussets that increase stability.
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Pressureless combiners

As an alternative to standard pressure combining, Ambec (Owing Mills, MD) offers pressureless combiners to provide stability to containers during the single filing process of both round and nonround containers.

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