Food and beverage manufacturers make sure their products are attractive to their target consumers, and do so by choosing unique and extraordinary packaging designs. For this, shrink labels are definitely an indispensable tool and carrier. Label designs and bottle shape designs are also becoming more and more diversified – and all these demand advanced equipment standards, accuracy in application, and other technical capabilities.
In response to these packaging requirements, Dase-Sing developed i-Vision, a peripheral device that works with the company’s automatic shrink sleeve labeling machine. An orientation system, i-Vision guides bottles or containers – even special bottle types – move in the right direction on the conveying system. When a bottle goes off track, i-Vision will help re-orient it as it goes to the next process for follow-up work.
|An orientation system, i-Vision guides bottles in the right direction on the conveying system|
i-Vision allows diversion – or change of direction – before or after filling. There is no need to stop the mechanical device during the operation. After simply switching the settings, the bottle will automatically be diverted to another direction.
i-Vision has streamlined look and has a small footprint. Depending on a customer’s requirements, the system can be set up as an independent operation or integrated to an existing production line.
With professional knowledge in packaging accumulated over the years, Dase-Sing understands the types of products and their functions as required by customers. The company can provide accurate analysis based on their customers’ needs, and use these to develop products for customers.
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