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January 29, 2014
1 Min Read
To meet the demand for higher case output due to smaller case collation, the co. has introduced the F-388 case erector, which features servo motors, case pressing, case transfer and case-extractor framing. The height of the case erector and magazine can be reduced by 20 percent to increase machine access and to ease case loading to the magazine at 3.5 ft. Advantages of the system, according to the co., include a single case erector to meet speeds of 50 cases/min, two-time case forming, rather than forming during extraction, a nearly unlimited number of case formats and direct access to servo-drive parameters in the HMI.
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