Erectors

Case Erector accommodates various case sizes and styles.

Case Erector accommodates various case sizes and styles.

Compact CE 201, capable of erecting and bottom sealing up to 30 cases/min, accommodates RSC, HSC, AFM, FOL, and used case styles. It has all-mechanical design and can accomplish case changeovers in 5 min or less utilizing scaled and pointed adjustments. Features include PLC controls, pressurized hot melt glue system, automatic jam detection, and double-40 pre-stretched chain with take-ups, taper...

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RPC Erector eliminates manual set-up.

RPC Erector eliminates manual set-up.

Model CE 100P Returnable Plastic Container Erector runs both full and half-size cases at speeds up to 1,200 cases/hr. It offers automatic infeed system, Allen Bradley components, and plexiglass guarding and sensor for major side panel overlap detection. Maximum stack height is 26 in. Options include custom infeed system, Allen Bradley panel view 300 with alarm message screen for error detection,...

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Case Erector handles extra-large cases.

Case Erector handles extra-large cases.

Operating at speeds to 35 cases/min, Model 340 automatically erects and tape seals oversized corrugated cases with blank sizes up to 45 x 42 in. Machine measures 5 ft 2 in. wide x 18 ft 7 in. long and replaces manual case set up labor. Low-level kd case magazine permits line personnel to load cases without lifting heavy stacks. Cases may be added to magazine at any time and machine automatically...

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Case Erector handles RSC and HSC style cases.

Case Erector handles RSC and HSC style cases.

Model CE 151 automatic case erector/bottom flap sealer reaches speeds up to 45 cases/min. It includes Nordson hot melt system, easy load hopper, programmable logic controller, fully automatic interlocked safety doors, and multiple case size capabilities. Steel casters, automatic idler-output control, variable speed motors, and stainless steel/wash down construction are options available to...

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The printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing process begins with cutting-edge equipment capable of accurately picking and placing up to 40,000 components per hour. This innovative equipment keeps error rates extremely low, and those defects that do occur are quickly caught by sensitive laser and optical inspection equipment.

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Case Erector produces up to 15 cases per minute.

Case Erector produces up to 15 cases per minute.

OK Superformer erects RSC cases, folds bottom flaps and closes them with tape. It features stainless steel exterior finish, automatic squaring system, easy size change, and tape and case monitoring. System uses easy-loading Newlong Magazine. It is operator friendly and provides consistency for automatic lines.

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