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Sharp Max Automated Bagging Equipment Series

Our most versatile bagging line, the Max series is built for speed. It's capable of integrating into new or existing conveyance systems and can be integrated into a fully automated system with the helpf our Pregis engineering team. If you've got a complex bagging need, the Max Series is the solution for you!

Product Details

Ideal for:

  • Ecommerce
  • Small parts
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Injection molding

 

Easy-to-Use, Easy-to-Integrate Technology
• Inline thermal printing on integrated Zebra printers
• Technology advancements include HMI, a networkable touchscreen PC running Windows® embedded plus an Allen-Bradley PLC
• Run labeling software, create labels on the PC, save, then add it to a particular job, so the label format is saved as part of the job
• Includes a high speed counter, pulse train output and network capabilities

 

Versatility in Loading
• Entire machine moves up or down, adjusting to a wide range of heights
• 90˚ rotation capabilities for horizontal loading for heavy or stuffable products

 

More Efficient Operation
• Mechanical bag open assembly ensures consistent opening for both manual and automated scenarios
• Long-lasting sealing mechanism minimizes critical wearable parts
• Controls for the printer are viewed directly on the bagger HMI, so it’s not necessary to manage multiple monitors or displays for the bagger and printing system
• Control, recall stored labels or even create labels directly on the single HMI

 

Access Data Anywhere
• HMI, printer and PLC can be networked, allowing for optional remote support and diagnostics
• Use remote label printing, production reporting, and SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) control

 

Easy Maintenance
• Off-the-shelf, non-proprietary parts means reduced lead times when a replacement part is needed
• Color touchscreen display provides troubleshooting guidance with exploded view drawings, manufacturer and part numbers, and html help files with hyperlinks to explain any term

 

 

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