Enhanced Labeling System

Universal Labeling Systems’ Contract Packager Series now features an expansive touchscreen control package that includes both stepper- and servo-driven technologies, along with AC drive motors.

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At PACK EXPO Connects, Universal Labeling Systems shared that it has made technology enhancements to its Contract Packager (CP) Series, which comprises the CP2000 and CP1000 front-and-back multipurpose labeling systems. The series now features an expansive touchscreen control package that includes both stepper- and servo-driven technologies, along with AC drive motors.

Among the features of the CP Series highlighted by Universal Labeling were a new, multi-level menu system, synchronous electronic controls, a servo-driven synchronous overhead hold-down belt mechanism, servo-driven synchronous product positioning without changeparts, and what it says is the industry’s widest overhead hold-down belt. The labeling system also features four-axis label applicator adjustments, built in “Z-axis” adjustments, and application-security password protection.

The CP Series is constructed of an extra heavy-duty welded system framework and a “workhorse” Delrin chain conveyor. It offers variable label dispense speeds to 3,000 in./min, web widths up to 6.25 in. standard with optional widths up to 10.125 in., and a label roll capacity from 12 in. to 16 in. O.D.

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