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Contract manufacturing

A new four-color brochure from CCL Custom Manufacturing (Rosemont, IL) discusses the company's wide range of contract manufacturing ca-pabilities including compounding, mixing, filling and packaging.
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Case/tray-lid shipper display

Salwasser's (Reedley, CA) case packer loads 12 and 24 overwrapped, multi-packed candy bars into both wraparound cases and display trays, using an HSC as a lid.
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Hand-held bar code verifiers

The Laser Inspector Series of hand-held bar code verifiers from RJS (Monrovia, CA) combines the benefits of a noncontact laser coder with a bar code verifier.
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Mini bottle unscrambler

Kaps-All Packaging Systems (Riverhead, NY) has introduced the Model AU-3 Micro-Mini Com-pact Orientainer® bottle unscrambler. With a footprint of 45" x 65", it is well-suited for areas with limited space.
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Side panel labeler

Quadrel Labeling Systems (Eastlake, OH) has introduced an economical side panel labeling system specifically designed for harsh dairy environments. This variable- speed stepper-driven labeler applies labels to pints, quarts, half-gal and 1-gal plastic containers at speeds to 120/min.
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High-resolution printhead

Diagraph (St. Louis/Earth City, MO) has introduced the PEL/2560 printhead for the PEL Series Ink Jet System. This high-resolution 256-dot printhead has the capability to produce a full range of quality marks from 0.25" to 1.9" tall.
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Labeling software

Weber Marking Systems (Arlington Heights, IL) has released Legi for Windows 2.0.0., the latest version of the company's Legitronic® labeling software.
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Transfer system and magazine loader

R.A. Jones (Cincinnati, OH) has introduced two robotic systems for food, beverage and pharmaceutical packagers. The Flexible Transfer System allows transfer of solid products from a conveyor into cartons erected on a Jones CMV cartoner.
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Compact case sealer

Marq Packaging Systems (Yakima, WA) has introduced the Model 2105 Side Lug Uniform Case Sealer. It measures 75" L and can seal up to 15 cases/min, operating up to three shifts a day.
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Thermal label printer

Doran Scales (Batavia, IL) has introduced the SSP Thermal Label Printer, an easy-to-use industrial-quality bar code printer that operates at 1", 1.5" or 2"/sec speeds.
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Cosmetics pots

Topline Products' (Wayne, NJ) round cosmetics pots now come with two new options: a matte finish for opaque pots or a clear jar base. Made of SAN with a removable PP insert that is used for filling at a separate location.
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Pharmaceutical cartoners

Thiele Eng.'s (Minneapolis, MN) PSC Plus Pharmaceutical Small Center Cartoner runs at speeds to 400 cartons/min. Provides improved ergonomics, operating efficiency and reduced maintenance over larger cartoners.
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Materials testing software

Chatillon (Greensboro, NC) has added a new program to its Material Witness(TM) software family: Data Analysis for Windows®. Stores up to 32ꯠ load and extension points per test for highly detailed analysis and graphic representation.
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Aseptic vial filler

The MAFS(TM) (mini aseptic filling system) from TL Systems (Minneapolis, MN) handles vials from 2 ml to 500 ml at speeds to 750/min with a 24-pump system.
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Vial labeling system

Label-Aire's (Fullerton, CA) Customized Model 2120 vial labeling system is capable of labeling seven different sizes of vials at speeds to 120/min, with an accuracy of ±1/32".

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