VERTICAL CARTONING WITH AUTOMATIC LOADING
The Boxxer™ Kartnr™ V-series automatic carton forming machines are engineered to vertically form a chipboard carton, insert the container and then close the carton. These compact machines can be easily adjusted for multiple products and feature a heavy-duty steel frame, programmable logic controller and a color touch screen.
This versatile machine can handle tucked cartons, pop-up auto-lock cartons or glued cartons and is ideal for loading pharmaceuticals, medicinals, liquids, gels, creams, solids, widgets and health and beauty aids as well as other delicate products.
FOLD & TUCK CARTON FORMER WITH LID & INSERT
Engineered for the most complex carton forming applications, the PopLok® tray former with display inserter is commonly used in the pharmaceutical, medical device, beauty, health and consumer electronics industries.
How fold and tuck carton forming works:
The machine pulls a tray blank, one at a time, from the hopper, and pulls it through forming plows and erecting the side and end panels of the tray while folding in the minor flaps. When the tray reaches the bottom of the vertical travel, a set of pneumatically controlled bars fold and lock the rollover flap in place. The finished tray is then indexed in position to load the insert. The insert blank is picked from the hopper, folded and formed before the plunger pushes it down and places it into the formed tray.
Fold & Tuck Carton Former with Lid & Insert Video Library
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AUTOMATIC HORIZONTAL CARTONER WITH MANUAL LOADING
The Kartnr HCM is designed to automatically open, load and close chipboard cartons. This model requires manual loading of product and is commonly used for inserting flexible packaging and bottles. Commonly used for applications requiring a carton, this machine is ideally suited for products such as foods, liquids, gels, creams, solids and widgets.
The HCM features a stainless steel frame, compact footprint and convenient product loading station. An option is available for leaflet dispensing and insertion with detection.