A heavy-duty, offline feeder that is used for the coding and marking of sleeves, cartons and pouches of varying thicknesses at high speeds.
Refers to a manufacturing process that occurs away or separately from an automatic production line.
Refers to a manufacturing process that occurs on an automatic production line.
Designed to handle any flat-form packaging, they can be fitted with a variety of coding & marking technologies to overprint variable data.
The number of products fed, counted in real-time. Can be reset by the operator.
A mechanism which supplies material to a machine.
Relating to packaging exiting a machine. A number defined by the operator, that adjusts the belt speed to increase or decrease product throughput.
A number defined by the operator, that automatically pauses the feeder when the live count matches. Commonly used when products need to be in stacks of a specific size.
A number defined by the operator, which automatically stops the feeder when the live count matches.
Ingress Protection (IP)
How well a device is protected against water and dust.