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Side-threading tape cartridge

Loveshaw's (South Canaan, PA) CaseLocker® ST is a heavy-duty, side-threading tape cartridge for use on a range of Little David® case formers and case sealers.
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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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Cap inspection system

A new cap inspection system monitors potential faults in a packaging line and ensures ideal sealing conditions, says manufacturer Enercon (Menomonee Falls, WI).
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Label printer/applicator.

Cimjet 300 is Markem's (Keene, NH) digital bar code label printer/applicator. Designed for high-volume industrial environments, it's built to withstand three-shift production.
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Continuous-motion cartoners

A complete line of continuous-motion cartoners for single and multi-pack cartoning is available from Dimension Industries (Maple Grove, MN). They offer speeds up to 300 cartons/min, depending on package size.
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Labeling system data

A two-page product data sheet from Avery Dennison, Soabar Products (Philadelphia, PA) illustrates the new TH-1000 Print/Heat Seal Permanent Care labeling system.
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Multi-line palletizing system

Priority One Packaging (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) has developed multi-line palletizing systems that allow concurrent palletizing of multiple products on a single Pro-Pal(TM) Series 3500 palletizer.
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Digital labeling

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.
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Ink-jet printer

Fas-Co Coders (Chandler, AZ) will introduce the Ultra-Mark(TM) line of small-character ink-jet coders, which are designed with built-in noise, static and surge protection.
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Vial and ampule labeler

The PL60 pharmaceutical vial and ampule labeler from Quadrel (Mentor, OH) applies labels to small-diameter ampules, vials, syringes or other cylindrical containers at speeds to 400 vials/min.
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Conveyor catalog

A new System Catalog is now available from Hytrol Conveyor (Jonesboro, AR). This 12-page catalog looks at numerous Hytrol systems, with in-depth descriptions and full-color photographs.
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Thermal/thermal-transfer printer

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.
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PC bottle

Cap Snap (San Jose, CA) has developed a unique 5-gal PC bottle for home water delivery. The stretch blow-molded bottle has no seams, resulting in less opportunities for leakage.

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