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On-line verifier

Avery Dennison, Soabar Systems Div. (Philadelphia, PA) has introduced a new on-line verifier to be used with the Accumark 9500 and SPX-390 tag and label printers.
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Shrink wrappers

Automation Packaging (Tampa, FL) has introduced the CMSS Side Seal continuous motion shrink wrapper. Uses a "hot knife," quick-release cross seal bar and a durable plasma-coated seal wheel that requires no hot wire for sealing.
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Lotion bottle

A new oval lotion bottle is now available from Berman Brothers (Chicago, IL). Made of HDPE, it's available in 18-oz sizes, has a 24/ 410 finish, and comes in a variety of colors.
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Automatic bagger

The 6CM automatic bagger from American-Newlong (Indianapolis, IN) has a continuous rotary filling system to fill up to 32 bags/min. Can be used for a wide range of products, including rice, seed, grain, chemicals and pet foods.
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Ink jet printing table

Dorner (Hartland, WI) has introduced a standard conveyorized table for ink-jet printing. Speeds range from 10' to 200'/min. Adaptable to most manufacturer's printheads, the table allows printing on tops, bottoms and sides of products requiring coding or identification.
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Quick-change labeler

The Trine Quick Change(TM) 4500 labeler from CMS Gilbreth (Trevose, PA) applies labels to cylindrical containers at speeds to 300 labels/min. Can run multiple product sizes and labels.
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Corner-wrap labeler

The Soabar® D-900 corner-wrap labeler from Avery Dennison, Soabar Systems Div. (Philadelphia, PA), can print and apply bar-coded labels on two sides of most cartons with right-angle corners.
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Thermal printer

The LPT/1060 thermal/thermal transfer printer from Diagraph (St. Louis, MO) prints bar codes, text and graphics on tags and labels of most materials at 8"/sec with 300 dpi reproduction.
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Machine vision systems

Cognex (Natick, MA) has introduced two high-performance machine vision systems. The Checkpoint 800 is an easy-to-use box level or VMEbus-based system.
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End-load cartoner

The Hoypack FP 200 from Tetra Laval Food Hoyer (Albion, MI) is designed for end loading a variety of food or nonfood products into single- or multi-pack cartons at speeds to 300 cartons/min.
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Three-part capper

Hoppmann's (Chantilly, VA) three-part assembly system accurately assembles spout to cap to overcap at speeds to 430 parts/min. Parts are oriented diameter to diameter and exit centrifugal feeders onto an accumulation in-line conveyor.
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Net weight filling brochure

Weigh Right Automatic Scale's (Joliet, IL) new brochure highlights its electronic net weight filling systems. In-cludes weigh count fillers designed for small parts and hardware, vibratory feed fillers and gravity flow weighers for free-flowing and semi-free-flowing materials, as well as fully automatic weighers for rigid container filling.
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Inverter/positioner

The BMH inverter and rotational positioner from Carleton (New Britain, PA) uses a helical cavity engineering concept to invert and position metal, glass or fiber containers.
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P-s labeler

The Neptune(TM) p-s labeler from Engraph Machine Systems (Delran, NJ) can apply labels from 10 mm x 10 mm to 6" x 14" on most semi-rigid or rigid packages.
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Modular palletizers

The GenCon Series 40 and 41 palletizers from General Conveyor (Aurora, Ontario, Canada) are designed with modular parts to fit specific packaging requirements.

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