I CALL IT CONFIDENCE.”
William – 360 Technician, Southeast Industrial Equipment, Charlotte, NC
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CrossMerge label applicator module for print
& apply labeling is ideal for high-volume secondary packaging lines, the patent-pending
CrossMerge technology increases label output
at the same time it simplifes mechanics and
improves print quality and barcode readability.
By rotating the print head, CrossMerge optimizes the conditions for both barcode printing
and label application. Unlike traditional print
& apply labelers that must produce linear barcodes in the non-preferred ‘ladder’ direction to
apply GS1-compliant labels in landscape orientation, CrossMerge prints barcodes in the preferred ‘picket fence’ direction and applies labels in landscape
orientation. Rotating the print head also enables CrossMerge to increase output and decrease print speed to reduce print head wear and tear and further
improve print quality.
INTEGRATED MACHINE CONTROL DELIVERS PRECISION WORK
Proactive Dozing Control logic is a fully-integrated dozing control system that allows operators to perform auto-stripping, auto-spreading, and
high production dozing, as well as fnish grading. Available on the Komatsu D51EXi- 24, D51PXi- 24, D61EXi- 24 and D61PXi- 24 dozers, Komatsu’s Proactive Dozing Control logic is built on the company’s existing intelligent machine control.
The system uses Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) positioning in conjunction with an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) to calculate
precise position. The two sensors work together to calculate exactly where the tracks are on the ground.
Proactive Dozing Control logic provides real-time position of the machine on the job site to create a highly accurate elevation for the system
to drive the blade to the precise grade needed. Using real-time conditions, the system understands what the terrain around the machine looks
like and makes calculated decisions—whether it should cut and carry material, whether it should spread or fll that material, or whether it should
be fnish grading.
KOMATSU AMERICA CORPORATION
FIBER DRUM DUMPING SYSTEM CONDITIONS, DISCHARGES
The TIP-TITE Drum Dumping System automatically conditions
fberboard drums containing bulk solid material, dumps the material into downstream equipment, and accumulates empty drums
on a roller conveyor for removal.
The system is intended for low to high-volume handling of drums
containing material that has solidifed or agglomerated during storage or shipment, while eliminating the dust, spillage, labor cost, and
potential injury associated with manual drum handling.
A powered roller conveyor moves each full drum into a conditioning station where hydraulic rams press
and release it on opposite sides. A turntable then rotates the drum in user-selected increments for subsequent press-and-release cycles enough to loosen the material.
The conveyor automatically sends the conditioned drum to a TIP-TITE dumping station that hydraulically
raises and seats the drum rim against a discharge hood equipped with a slide gate. A second hydraulic
cylinder lifts and tips the drum to an angle of 45, 60, or 90 degrees with a motion-dampening feature. At full
rotation, the slide gate opens to allow controlled discharge of material into downstream process equipment.