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In this newsletter • Selecting case packers • Case study: Shippers on demand • Video: Palletizing sacks
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Top-load case packing capabilities video Top-load case packing capabilities video
Watch this top-load case packing equipment capabilities from Delkor Systems to understand the company's mastery of top-load case packing equipment, from case erectors to packers to sealers.
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Video: Hi-res case code printing system with touchscreen preview Video: Hi-res case code printing system with touchscreen preview
Video shows Pilot Pro ink-jet case-coding system with new drag-and-drop touchscreen technology for message previews.
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A cool alternative to traditional hot melt can double your mileage A cool alternative to traditional hot melt can double your mileage
Liquamelt adhesive from H.B. Fuller is cool on delivery, hot on demand.
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High-resolution, high-speed label printer-applicator High-resolution, high-speed label printer-applicator
This video from Weber Packaging Solutions highlights the features and benefits of its versatile Model 5300 printer-applicator, a system that addresses numerous in-line label print-and-apply applications for cases, products and pallets.
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Reduce cost with an in-house printing strategy for corrugated shipping containers Reduce cost with an in-house printing strategy for corrugated shipping containers
As this Videojet white paper demonstrates, today’s large character ink jet printers used for printing logos, lot information, and even ingredient lists on generic secondary packaging offer more flexibility and lower total cost when compared to pre-printed shipping cases.
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MAY 24, 2012
Best practices for selecting
case packing equipment
Things to look out for when selecting case packing equipment.
1. Know your product loading orientation. There are top loading, side loading or end loading configurations available in case packing equipment. You can save a lot of time and energy in selecting vendors and equipment if you know in advance just what the appropriate loading orientation is for your needs. Design in reliability. Ask yourself if your loading orientation can change to allow for enhanced reliability.

2. Look into how the case packer reacts to variances in materials. Try to talk to other customers to find out how the case packer responds when a lower quality, damaged, or soggy (in humid conditions) piece of corrugated board is fed into it.

3. Ask other users about accessibility. When you’re talking to customer references, ask whether their operators and technicians can you get into the machine to clean it. Is the door accessible to the operators? Are guides and hold-downs too heavy to lift, or are they ergonomic and user friendly? Can operators open and close the doors? Is it easy to replenish the machine with blanks?

4. Don’t ignore a machine’s ability and method for case squaring. The squareness of the case is critical for proper conveying and palletizing downstream. As simple case squaring guides can also cause the case to drag back and skew, consider positively actuated case squaring. Accurate timing and position control are needed. A test with your actual appropriately packaged product samples is best.

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Case study
Boston Scientific boxes savings by producing shippers on demand
The company’s Netherlands distribution center reduces freight and corrugated inventory costs with three converting machines that provide a four-month return on investment.
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Robot for palletizing of sacks
Shown at Ipack-Ima by Overall Machinery and System was a palletizing solution featuring a Kawasaki robot. It occupies minimal space yet is capable of efficiently placing sacks at high speeds.
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