Machinery

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Dual-infeed palletizer

The Model HSP-6DI is a dual-infeed automatic case palletizer from Currie Machinery Co. (Santa Clara, CA). Developed for high-speed production lines, it can accommodate speeds to 140 cases/min, depending on case and pattern specifications.
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Laser codable label

Engraph Label Group's (Charlotte, NC) Code-a-Label(TM) is a laser-codable polyolefin label that does not use ink blocks or PVC. When exposed to laser beams, it provides a dark, consistent code that on-line verification systems can monitor.
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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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Digital flexo proof

DuPont's (Wilmington, DE) "Cyrel" digital proof system offers converters an accurate tool to control and predict flexo color early in the prepress process.
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Short-run flexo press

Soloflex® 8, a central impression flexographic printing press from Windmoeller & Hoelscher (Lincoln, RI), is designed to optimize short runs using materials up to 24.5" W.
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Green glass

Anchor Glass (Tampa, FL) has introduced new Estate Green glass for wine bottles. Equivalent to a European color called Antique Green, it is intended for use primarily for premium wines.
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Label design software

Matthews Intl. (Pittsburgh, PA) has introduced MPS 6000 label design and management software for use with direct thermal and thermal transfer label printers and printer/applicators.
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Diskette bagger/collator interface

Automated Packaging Systems (Streetsboro, OH) has introduced a new diskette bagger/collator interface that works with the company's Autobag® HS-100 Excel(TM) auto-matic packaging system to collate and bag sets of hard-shell micro floppy discs at speeds to 1귔/ hr.
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Rewinding/finishing station

CenTek Intl.'s (Bowling Green, OH), ReFlex(TM) CT100 re-winding/finishing station for label converting applications includes a 7.5" web and permits easy side-web loading.
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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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