Tray Forming Machines

Machinery & Machining Tools

Tray Forming Machines feature smart servo technology.

October 15, 2012

Continuously operating at speeds up to 35 trays/min, servo-based S Series TF200 forms triangulated corners and other specialized corner post style trays suitable for retail ready display. System can create rollover display windows simultaneously with tray forming. S Series TF-350, continuously operating at speeds up to 30 trays/min, automatically forms common footprint rollover or laminated side trays. With changeover, machine can also form MUB style trays. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Horizontal Tray Former produces 2,700 trays per hour.

March 12, 2003

Fully automatic TF 600H produces trays that facilitate handling, storage, and shipment of products on standardized pallets. Product also allows for mixed pallet loads with production of common footprint trays. Capable of producing hundreds of tray styles, unit produces 600 x 400, 400 x 300, and 500 x 400 mm footprint trays, with various depths. Trays conform to 5 and 6 down requirements, while 10 and 12 down half sizes can also be produced. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Tray Former features modular design.

October 7, 2002

PF 129 utilizes Model M2A glue system, Allen Bradley's Micrologix 1500 programmable logic controller, and Total Control Products 5 in. touch screen. It produces finished trays in sizes that are produce-industry standard for tray length and width, but with ability to vary depth or design. Tray former includes UL approved control panels and Lexan guarding. Read More

Packaging Equipment, Machinery & Machining Tools

Hot Melt Case Former offers tape sealing option.

July 19, 2002

Convertible case former can switch sealing mechanisms (from hot-melt glue to pressure-sensitive tape) with drop-in cartridge that sets up in minutes. Model WF2H suits packagers and contract packagers that require corrugated case and tray forming and sealing. Convertible WF2 case former series incorporates pin & dome positive case opening technology. It handles all weights and plies of board construction as well as variations in corrugated packaging. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Automatic Tray Erector forms stackable, secure trays.

July 8, 2002

TE-101 uses 2-stage, flap-folding method to form fold-and-lock trays without use of adhesives or staples. Machine works at speeds up to 33 trays/min and erects different tray styles, including optional corner post structure or telescoping box. No-tool changeover allows user to switch between sizes of stackable trays in less than 10 min. Built with safety interlocked Lexan windows, tray erector has welded steel construction and Allen-Bradley controller. Read More

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