The CP-322WA is the first automated, water-activated carton sealer developed by a tape manufacturer, says Central Products (Neenah, WI). The water-activated seal keeps static electricity low, making it suitable for computer or electronic items.
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Designed for low-volume applications, Filler Specialties (Zeeland, MI) has developed a miniature version of its high-speed cap feeder/orienter. It's capable of sorting and feeding sports caps and flat-top caps at speeds to 200 containers/min.
Willett America's (Ft. Worth, TX) latest addition to the 400 Series of ink-jet coders is the 450Si. Designed for basic coding applications, this small-character continuous ink-jet printer runs at speeds up to 950'/min using a 7x5 font.
ID Technology (Fort Worth, TX) has developed an automatic label printer/applicator for flat products. It consists of an industrial printer/applicator with an automatic feeder, and vacuumized transport and shingling conveyor to reach speeds to 100+ products/min.
IIMAK(Amherst, NY) has added DuraCoat(TM) thermal-transfer color ribbons to its product line. Available in more than 15 colors, ribbons may be used for color tags, packaging labels and form/ fill/seal applications in the snack food, bakery and pharmaceutical industries.
Dalemark Industries (Lakewood, NJ) has introduced the Series 7000 time printer for imprinting time and date coding onto most flat surfaces. This conveyor-mounted printer prints codes, long messages and logos.
Olympus America (Melville, NY) released a brochure on its Encore(TM) high-speed digital video camera. The four-page color brochure covers some of the main functions of the Encore system-locating problems, evaluating new designs, increasing productivity and reducing maintenance costs.
The CodeTaper attachment from Better Packages (Shelton, CT) combines carton marking and sealing in one operation. It quickly creates low-cost messages and prints them directly onto gummed paper tape during the tape dispensing process.