Machinery

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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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Imtec, Inc: Label printer/applicator

The ApplyPro(TM) X2 Turbo label applicator from Imtec (Bellows Falls, VT) is designed for high-speed tamp-on application. It prints and applies labels at speeds to 70/min.
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Wide-web printer

The TTX-1050 from Avery Dennison<>Printer Systems (Philadelphia, PA) is a wide-web direct thermal/thermal-transfer printer. It produces container, hazard, product I.D.
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Printing and supplies catalog

Weber Marking's (Arlington Heights, IL) complete line of label and printing equipment and supplies are featured in its 1998 catalog. The 28 pages cover a variety of marking and labeling methods, from hand stampers and stencils to fully integrated print/apply labeling systems.
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All-Fill Inc: Auger filler brochure

All-Fill (Exton, PA) has released a brochure on its Quantum II Model B-250 auger filler. An introduction to the machine followed by a 17-item bulleted list of features and benefits completes one side of this two-side brochure.
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Streamfeeder: Friction feeder

Silver Series S1750 Universal Friction Feeder(TM) from Streamfeeder (Minneapolis, MN) uses an innovative design to reduce set-up and maintenance time.
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Motoman Robotics: Six-axis robot

Motoman's (West Carrollton, OH) lightweight, low-cost SV3 robot can be used for small-parts handling and packaging applications. The articulated six-axis robot features a 3-kg (6.6-lb) payload capacity, a reach of 677 mm (26.6") and a repeatability rate of ±0.03 mm (±0.001").
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HDPE canister

Robb Container (Naperville, IL) has added a 96-oz handled canister to its Primary Products line. The HDPE container is designed to accept a p-s or sleeve label and has an 89-mm finish.
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Automated Packaging Systems: Master bag system

Automated Packaging Systems (Streetsboro, OH) has introduced the Stacked Masterpack System, which takes products individually packaged in Autobags and places them in larger bags in groups of 25, 50 or 75.

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