Machinery

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Checkweigher/detector

The 7000 Combo Unit from Loma (Elk Grove Village, IL) combines checkweighing and metal detection into one unit. The manufacturer says it reduces space requirements by up to 40% compared to stand-alone units.
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Adjustable angle conveyors

The LPZ line of adjustable angle conveyors from Dorner Manufacturing (Hartland, WI) have an adjustable frame that can be set up in a variety of configurations to fit manufacturing, assembly or warehouse needs.
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Auger filler stats package

A new statistics package for auger fillers from Spee-Dee Packaging Machinery (Sturtevant, WI) is a real-time, on-screen method of monitoring filling operations.
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Dispensing and inspection system

MGS Machine's (Maple Grove, MN) IPP-1701 dispensing and inspection machine is designed for use with a bar code scanner for applications where inspection and verification are essential.
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Form/fill/seal system

The SVK 3600 L from Robert Bosch (S. Plainfield, NJ) is a form/fill/seal machine designed for powdered, free-flowing and particulate products. It produces large stand-up and gusseted bags, measuring from 80 mm x 100 mm (3" x 4") to 380 mm x 530 mm (15" x 21") at a rate of 120 bags/min.
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Integrated bagging system

Chronos Richardson (Hennef, Germany) has introduced a fully-automatic integrated bagging system that bags materials into open-mouth multi-wall paper or plastic bags.
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Shrink systems

Polypack's (Pinellas Park, FL) automatic collator/tray former/ shrink packaging system incorporates the firm's custom collation modules and the Model TR-25 tray former.
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Bar code printers

The XiII(TM) Series of enhanced Performance-Line(TM) bar code label printers from Zebra Technologies (Vernon Hills, IL) are designed for high performance, industrial and commercial thermal-transfer printing requiring 24-hr operation.
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Bar code verification

A new line of automatic bar code verification systems from Thiele-Frontier Products (Minneapolis, MN) is designed to help customers meet FDA regulations governing on-line inspection of package components and label information.
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Bottle orienter

Palace Packaging Machines (Downington, PA) will introduce the Model BB-PQ handle, neck and panel bottle orienter. It operates in-line and over existing conveyors at speeds to 350 bottles/min.
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Label printer/applicator

The X22 Turbo version of the ApplyPro(TM) bar code label printer/ applicator from Imtec (Bellows Falls, VT) is used in applications requiring on-demand automated labeling.
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Sleeve cartoner

The 6BC-400 is a high/variable-speed, automatic-load, horizontal sleeve cartoning machine from ADCO Manufacturing (Sanger, CA). It allows automatic indexing and carton loading of one-piece trayed or bagged products at speeds to 400 cartons/min.
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Checkweigher

The Cornerstone(TM) is a new checkweigher from Hi-Speed Checkweigher (Ithaca, NY) that handles most containers or raw product at belt speeds to 300'/ min.
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Belt inserter

Minnesota Automation (Crosby, MN) has developed a stainless steel belt inserter that inserts flat paper products such as coupons or flat fin-seal packs at speeds to 180 placements/min.
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Orienter/verifier

Owens Design's (Fremont, CA) bottle orientation/label verification system provides high-speed label inspection on pharmaceutical bottles. It orients bottles and presents label data to a vision system for verification while checking for cap skew and TE seals at speeds of more than 400 bottles/min.

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