Packaging Insights
Packaging World September 19, 2013
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook
Forward  |  Add to address book/safelist
SPONSORED BY
Cognex logo
Cognex
Tech Note: Achieving highest read rates Tech Note: Achieving Highest Read Rates
Thanks to advances in microprocessors, imaging sensors and decoding algorithms, image-based ID readers have become not only more affordable, but also more powerful than traditional laser scanners. Read how you can increase your read rates with image-based ID readers!
Read white paper
Cognex
Expert Guide: Multiple code reading Expert Guide: Multiple Code Reading
Reading more than one barcode at a time is a challenging application for many manufacturing engineers. These applications require reading multiple codes of the same or mixed symbologies within one field of view on one or multiple sides of a package. Download the expert guide now to learn more!
Read white paper
Cognex
On-Demand Webinar: A quantum leap in barcode reading technology On-Demand Webinar: A Quantum Leap in Barcode Reading Technology
DataMan 300 delivers a quantum leap in barcode reading capabilities, as well as introduces several other new features that improve ease-of-use and performance. If you are looking for a barcode reader that will deliver unmatched code reading performance with the ultimate ease-of-use, then this webinar is for you!
View Webinar
Cognex
Small in size but big in barcode reading performance Small in size but big in barcode reading performance
The DataMan 50/60L is a new series of compact barcode readers designed for 1-D oriented barcode reading. The DataMan 50L measures just 23.5mm x 27mm x 43.5mm and features an IP65-rated housing. It is ideal for mounting in very tight spaces on production lines and in machinery. Download the Data Sheet to learn more!
Learn more
Cognex
Product Guide: Image-based ID readers Product Guide: Image-Based ID Readers
Cognex offers the most advanced technology available for 1-D barcode and for 2-D Data Matrix code reading. Regardless of the barcode symbology, size, quality, printing method, or surface the codes are marked on, we can read it! Download the product guide to learn more!
Learn more
Cook-in bags debut in South Africa
Two seafood ready meals have been launched by the Woolworths chain of stores in South Africa. Heating can be done in either the microwave or the conventional oven.
Niagara Bottling shows off new PET lines
Niagara Bottling, said to be the leading supplier of private-label bottled water in the US, welcomed guests to a ribbon-cutting ceremony and Open House on July 9 to celebrate the Grand Opening of its newest plant in Gahanna, OH.
Linear servo motor permits unique cartoning system
All in a very small footprint, this integrated packaging system forms, loads, and closes cartons thanks to its “racetrack” conveyor powered by servo linear motors.
Micro beers, macro attitude
If you’re looking for a cultural experience, head to a liquor store with a large and diverse selection of craft beers. There you’ll find visual stimulation, intellectual engagement, and educational opportunities galore.
In case you missed it
Campbell Soup and Green Mountain to launch soup in K-Cup
Shining some light on UV inks
Top 12 factors in the digital printing equation
Can't avoid thinking globally
Three cheers for PET
Announcements
Packaging World Digital Edition App
Read Packaging World on your iPad!
Download the Packaging World Magazine app. Manage your issues, read offline, and share content with peers.
Packaging World Digital Edition App

Sponsored by

Markem-Imaje
» Find machinery and material suppliers
» Post a job for free (share this with your HR dept)
» See packaging jobs
» Reprint, re-use or license articles from this newsletter
The items in the left column are considered sponsored. Packaging World may share your contact information with sponsors as detailed in our privacy policy, but we will NEVER share your contact information with a sponsor whose content you have not viewed.
You are receiving this email as a Packaging World subscriber or registered Web site user.
This email was sent to %%EMAIL%% by:
Summit Media Group, Inc.
330 N. Wabash Ave, Suite 2401
Chicago, IL 60611
United States of America
Manage e-mail preferences     Privacy Policy