Machinery

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Bagging system

Allied Automation (Dallas, TX) has introduced its Titan(TM) Rollbag® fully automatic bag packaging system for filling bags supplied on rolls. It dispenses, opens and seals bags from 2" x 2" to 12" x 22" at speeds to 60 bags/min, depending on size.
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Recycling program

ITW Angleboard (Booth 2164) will present its new recycling program at WestPack. It will target used plastics, which the company plans to gather from manufacturers and warehouses.
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Manual load cartoner

The new MLH manual load horizontal cartoner from Thiele Eng. (Minneapolis, MN) handles a range of carton sizes, from 2" to 9" L, 1/2" to 4" W and 4 1/2" to 12" D, with optional ranges available.
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Conveyor cooling system

A complete in-line conveyor cooling system from ELF Machines (LaPorte, IN) effectively lowers molten product temperature after initial fill, while smoothly conveying containers.
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Metal detectors

Safeline Metal Detect-ion (Booth 3553) will introduce a new line of metal detectors with a Performance Validation Routine to help packagers conform with vendor certification and ISO requirements.
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Wraparound case packer

The T1240 mechanical case packer from R.A. Pearson (Spokane, WA) handles wraparounds, RSCs or trays at speeds to 35/min. High-capacity magazine allows extended production runs.
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Semi-automatic labeler

A new semi-automatic tamp labeler from Quadrel Labeling Systems (Eastlake, OH) applies 40 labels/ min with ±1/32" accuracy to a wide variety of containers or irregularly shaped parts.
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Product transfer system

Rexnord's (Booth 883) DynamicTransfer System will be displayed at WestPack. This system eliminates dead plates on a conveyor by creating a cantilever-designed transfer area, allowing products to move easily with no impact on other products.
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UPC coding

Symbology (Minneapolis, MN) has introduced SKU Manager(TM), a desktop application designed for the assignment, administration and management of UPC numbers for medium to large product manufacturers.
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Two-panel box labeler

Model 2139 is a corner-panel box labeler from Label-Aire (Fullerton, CA) that applies a single label to two sides of a box. A first-out thermal transfer printer/ applicator, it can print labels im-mediately, bypassing queued labels.
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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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