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Labeling Gets Faster

Mon, 06/27/2011 - 10:09am

Clear Automation (Southington, CT) has announced its new 100 parts-per-minute label applicator system, which was designed with a Fanuc robot, Herma labeler, and a graphical touch-screen human machine interface. Bottles travel to the cell along a conveyor, upright in pucks, which are fed by a servo-driven screw that spreads them to match the pitch of a linear indexer. A robot picks them from the pucks and lays them horizontally onto the indexer for labeling. According to Clear, similar systems can also include barcode or date/lot code printing, laser etching, vision inspection, and visual inspection of label placement.

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