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Schubert to Demonstrate Compact Packaging Machines at PackExpo 2017

German packaging company Gerhard Schubert GmbH will demonstrate its high-performance packaging machines at PackExpo 2017 trade fair to be held in Las Vegas from September 25 to 27.

The company will display a new compact flow-wrapping component with Flowmodul, integrated within the TLM system. The Flowmodul enables companies to pack food, confectionery or pharmaceutical products in flowpacks in a flexible and space-saving manner.

The system, operated through a single control module, consists of image recognition for quality control, pick and place robots, and packaging in flowpacks, with the Flowmodul.

The company will demonstrate a picker line with five F4 robots, which will place biscuits in the Flowmodul’s product feeding system and packs them in flowpacks, the company said in a release.

Schubert will also demonstrate the first developmental step of its web-based platform for digital packaging machines. The platform will combine important functions for the monitoring and documentation of machine data in a single user interface.

Sensors within the machine will display the TLM robot’s data and provide information on the status of the system component so that companies can take measures for preventative maintenance.

Schubert, a specialist in digital packaging machines, offers fully integrated thermoforming, sealing, punching and filling units without electrical cabinets for TLM machines. The machines are primarily meant for packaging of products, such as shampoo bottles, portion packs or coffee capsules.

The modular packaging machines from Schubert offer flexibility, efficiency and reliable technology, the company said. The comprehensive portfolio of services from Schubert provides investment security and high system availability for the customers.

Schubert’s Transmodul transport robot connects individual packaging processes within a TLM system.

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