Machinery

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Ink-jet printer

Model 6100 ink-jet printing system from Foxjet (Arlington, TX) uses a nontoxic, nonhazardous solid ink to print small characters at up to 200 dpi at speeds to 250'/min.
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Ribbon brochure

Weber Marking Systems (Arlington Heights, IL) has released a new version of the company's ribbon brochure highlighting its line of standard and specialty thermal-transfer ribbons.
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Combination weigher

The Golden Eagle CV-14 combination weigher from Eagle Packaging (Oakland, CA) is designed for IQF poultry and meat packagers. It accommodates a broad range of sizes and shapes, with various compositions and coatings.
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Tamp-blow applicator

Label-Aire's (Fullerton, CA) Model 2138 inverted tamp/blow 2" stroke label applicator labels plastic containers at speeds to 12 cycles/min. In conventional tamp-blow processes, the tamp extends after the product is detected.
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Ink-jet printer

Matthews Intl. (Pittsburgh, PA) will debut its Jet-A-Mark CPS-16 high-resolution drop-on-demand ink-jet printer for coding on boxes, chipboard, kraft and other porous surfaces.
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Print-and-apply labeler

Quadrel (Mentor, OH) will display the Q20, an economical next-out label printer/applicator that uses a tabletop TEC thermal-transfer printer and an integrated air-tamp applicator.
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Full-line brochure

Rennco, Inc. (Homer, MI) releases a new colorful brochure to display its full line of packaging machines and systems. Many optional attachments are also shown such as the low-profile shrink tunnel, several infeed and discharge conveyor systems and many other special options to efficiently handle specific packaging problems.
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Horizontal cartoner

The Flexo-Tray® horizontal cartoner from Tisma Machinery (Elk Grove Village, IL) has a uniquely designed article bucket conveyor. During operation, article buckets expand fully at product transfer stations to offer a large and forgiving transfer window.
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Leak testers

Packaging Technologies & Inspection (Tuckahoe, NY) will introduce additions to the Wilcomat line of leak testers. Wilcomat 02 is a single-station leak tester for blow molders.
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Tubular bagger

Marken (Argelato, Bologna, Italy) is introducing the M.T.B. IT12 automatic tubular bagging machine. At speeds to 20/min, it fills granulates and powders into flat or pre-gusseted tubular PE bags.
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Bar coding software

CoStar (Greenwich, CT) has introduced Bar Code Value Pack, an all-in-one package for businesses implementing a bar code system. It includes components necessary to create, print and read bar codes.
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Products catalog

Diagraph Corp. (St. Louis, MO) has unveiled its new, full color 1996 Industrial Marking Products Catalog that offers "back-to-back" solutions for displaying information.
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Label printer/applicator

Imtec (Bellows Falls, VT) has introduced the Acclaim400(TM) label printer designed to print and automatically apply labels to packages varying in height from .125" to 32".
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Closing machinery brochure

Cozzoli Machine Co. (Plainfield, NJ) offers a new eight-page brochure covering the company's diverse line of stoppering, plugging, capping, and sealing equipment.
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Thermal transfer ribbons

Coding Products (Kalkaska, MI) has released four-color process and spot-color thermal transfer ribbons. For use in four-head printers, the DuraFast Color System prints graphics and bar codes in a time saving, one-pass operation.

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