infeed

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infeed

n (mechanism) → Vorschub m; (action) → Zuführung f, → Aufgabe f
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To meet various manufacturer needs, it can integrate with a variety of infeeds such as flighted, lug-less, trough style, and belt feeders.
As part of a turnkey line, the high performance Celox machine will be supplied with an extended infeed to accept product loading from 3 racetrack/Delta robot infeeds, to pack individually wrapped muffins & cup cakes in 4's, 6's and 8's at speeds up to 160 cartons per minute.
At its Elsterheide facility, DVH Weiss-Druck also operates a line with eight infeeds.
After screening, the baggage is led to the sorter via two infeeds and distributed to 13 destination chutes.
The machine will be integrated with a 'Smartbelt' infeed unit, for smooth, automatic, product timing & transfer--one of a choice of optional infeeds.
In the March 2004 Tooling Around column, we looked at the chip loads exerted on the very small working area of single point threading inserts, as well as the different choices for infeeds, (see the Archives link at Tooling and Production's website: www.
New designs also sported larger infeeds, lower infeed heights, interchangeable components, and cutting chambers designed for easier access.
Each has four infeeds and 61 delivery chutes which can cater for all shapes and sizes, packaging and crushability.
Automated Packaging Systems uses advanced electronic capabilities and innovative mechanical system architectures to seamlessly integrate with robotic systems, RFID applicators and scanners, weigh scales, counters, accumulating funnels, delivery and takeaway conveyors, multiple infeeds, printers, and many other unique configurations.
The infeeds are interchangeable across the range avoiding users having to invest in the same module three times.
Automatic product infeeds include components for robotics, product phasing, collating and counting for primary and display-pack cartons.
Two infeeds, one from the grinder and one from a virgin source, allow the mix to be tuned.