This 5200 Series Quick Conveyor from Dorner Mfg. is strong on modularity/flexibility, good at having products carry from one platform to the next on a one-belt conveyor, and suitable for quick setup and reconfiguration.
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Lomax 360 Full View system from CIVision uses four cameras to provide full-surround inspection of round bottles at very high speeds. CIVCore software can stitch multiple images together to unwrap a single "full view" for a complete inspection. Tasks of label presence, skew, placement, and identification can all be handled in a single operation of unoriented containers.
Bivans Model 54L/82 semi-automatic cartoning system operates at speeds to 60 cartons/min. It handles a range of formats from reverse-tuck to fifth panel, autobottom, and other carton styles. Modular design means you can add automation as demand grows.
Integrated vision system gives the Adept Technology Quattro s650H robot the ability to handle and inspect chocolates, cookies, or candies for packaging at speeds two to four times that of a human. ACE Pack-Xpert software permits seamless integration of the robot into the production operations and for changeovers and future formats.
Harland system feeds product through a starwheel to a Comet wipe-on labeler that’s equipped with an Allen hot-stamp coder, Cognex vision system, Sick bar-code reader, a Cognex label presence sensor, and an Allen-Bradley control panel.
The Rx-FILL from BellatRx operates in manual, semi-automatic, or automatic modes for solid-dose applications. Expandable design permits bench-top use or conveyor mounting, in single, twin, or quad-fill configurations.
It’s a horizontal case packer for doing a stand-up pack pattern with pillow style bags or standup pouches. It’s a vertical case packer, too. But most surprising of all, it’s a case packer that uses 3-axis delta robots.