Published on the Packaging World Web site
| November 30, 2008
Machine produces package/utensil in one
Optima Packaging Group's SnapSil 400 packaging machine combines disposable cutlery with the package.
The SnapSil 400’s monoblock design provides modularity in a small footprint. A volume doser portions the filling material--sugar for example--into the Snapsil package. Before being transferred onto a belt by the 16 lane pick-and-place robot, the finished Snapsil packages can be printed with important product information. With a filling volume of 4 to 20 ml, the machine produces 400 units/min.
Phone: 920/339-2222 www.optima-usa.com
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