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Labeling software

SATO America (Sunnyvale, CA) has upgraded its Label Wizard(TM) label design and production software to version 2.3. This program allows labels to incorporate text and graphics as well as most types of bar codes.
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Food labeling brochure

Weber Marking Systems (Arlington Heights, IL) has released a six-page color brochure discussing specific needs of the food industry, with special focus on new FDA and USDA regulations.
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Bag gusset reformer

O/K Intl.'s (Sudbury, MA) SK 2000 bag gusset reformer allows bags to be regusseted and fed into a pinch bottom sealer, a stitcher or a hot air bag sealer at speeds to 2 bags/min.
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Shrink wrappers

The Babypack and Dibipack 4255 portable one-step seal/shrink wrap machines from Dibipack (Passaic, NJ) eliminate the need for a separate L-sealer and tunnel.
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Automatic auger filler

AMS Filling Systems (Malvern, PA) has introduced the A-400 single head automatic auger filler, which can fill most rigid containers at speeds to 60/ min.
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Automated distribution

Boss 2 is a new generation of automated distribution software from Buschman (Cincinnati, OH) that allows retail distribution centers to reach maximum productivity.
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Bar coding software

Tharo Systems (Brunswick, OH) has introduced Easylabel® for Windows version 1.4. Features Open Data Base Connectivity support for ac-cessing remote data in a variety of relational and nonrelational database management systems.
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Checkweigher

Ramsey Technology's (Booth 2256) ICORE AutoCheck 9000 checkweigher has an advanced design that allows customization for specific applications. It handles weighing, control and reject functions at speeds to 700 packages/min.
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Hf/f/s

The Fuji-Formost horizontal f/f/s model FW-340mII from Formost Packaging (Woodinville, WA) can form, fill and seal more than 250 packages/min. Exclusive heat pipe end sealers increase speed capabilities, improve seal integrity and save energy.
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Print and apply

Codewriter Industries (Booth 1520) will introduce its 5106PA print and apply system for high-speed in-line automated box and package labeling. Labels can be applied to sides or corners of packages with air-jet application.
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High-speed printer

Graphics Intl. (Booth 1188) will introduce the Novax M printer, which can print on both oval and cylindrical containers at speeds to 180 con-tainers/min.
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Ink-jet printer

Dalemark Industries (Lakewood, NJ) has introduced a new line of high-resolution ink-jet printers equipped with a quick-change ink system, allowing changeover in less than five minutes.
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Rotary liquid filler

The Electromatic rotary liquid filler from BWI KP Aerofill (Davenport, IA) uses a unique time-based flow concept to fill containers. This provides more accurate filling than level filling or piston displacement, says the company.
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Horizontal cartoner

Tecnomeccanica's The Boxer Model HCM is a horizontal cartoner available from Inland Trade (Miami, FL). Fully-adjustable machine is designed for cartoning flow-wrapped products.
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Conveyor

The Maximizer(TM) is a new conveyor from Automated Packaging Systems (Booth 3138). It works as an infeed or take-away adjustable conveyor with the company's HS-100 Excel(TM) bagging machine, to reach speeds to 70 bags/min.

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