John Eklund, Pro Mach

The ProCustomer Smart Bar at Pack Expo 2010

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Pack Expo International 2010 starts this Sunday, October 31 and runs through Wednesday, November 3 in Chicago at McCormick Place. Pro Mach and its brands will have a 12,000 square foot island in the South Hall where we’ll be showcasing all our solutions for the packaging industry.

Also at Pack Expo we’ll be offering a first – the ProCustomer Smart Bar (booth S-956) – a place for you to come and ask us anything about packaging machinery. With our experts on staff we can help you with whatever need you have. We’ll also be doing brief educational presentations – the full schedule is below. If you’ll be at the show please come by and see us.

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Sunday, October 31

11:00 AM – New Extended Text Labels for Shrink Sleeves
Tony Camerota and Craig Clark, C-P Flexible Packaging

Learn about a new product to address the growing demand for added label space and package reduction. New shrink label technology can add 100% more space without changing application equipment or containers.

Monday, November 1

10:00 AM – Direct Drive Technology
Tom England, Kollmorgen

How direct drive technology can help you solve your toughest throughput challenges, clean up your machine, and not break the bank.

11:00 AM – New Extended Text Labels for Shrink Sleeves
Tony Camerota and Craig Clark, C-P Flexible Packaging

Learn about a new product to address the growing demand for added label space and package reduction. New shrink label technology can add 100% more space without changing application equipment or containers.

1:00 PM – ProCustomer Remote Support Services
Tom Peshek, Rockwell Automation

Delivering superior customer care remotely takes a well thought out plan and solid infrastructure. We will explore the how and why of the structures that provide users with cost effective support.

2:00 PM – Making a Case for Manufacturing Intelligence
LJ Elrod, Axon and Dan Seger, Rockwell Automation

Packaging machines can deliver more value with the adoption of industry standards, starting with PackML.

3:00 PM – An Overview of Track and Trace on the Packaging Line
Jack Roe, LSI and Kelly Tung-Steudler, Rockwell Automation

Get a full overview of Track & Trace from the viewpoint of the packaging line with a focus on marking and data gathering technologies, aggregation and Manufacturing Execution System (MES) functionality.

4:00 PM – Use of Robotic Technology Across the World
Mike Grinager, Brenton

Learn about international robotic packaging applications as well as robotic pick-and-place technology.

Tuesday, November 2

10:00 AM – Servo Drive Technology
George Ellis, Kollmorgen

Get the most throughput, accuracy and OEE out of your servo driven machine with tight servo loops and high speed registration.

11:00 AM – New Extended Text Labels for Shrink Sleeves
Tony Camerota and Craig Clark, C-P Flexible Packaging

Learn about a new product to address the growing demand for added label space and package reduction. New shrink label technology can add 100% more space without changing application equipment or containers.

1:00 PM – ProCustomer Remote Support Services
Tom Peshek, Rockwell Automation

Delivering superior customer care remotely takes a well thought out plan and solid infrastructure. We will explore the how and why of the structures that provide users with cost effective support.

2:00 PM – Making a Case for Manufacturing Intelligence
LJ Elrod, Axon and Dan Seger, Rockwell Automation

Packaging machines can deliver more value with the adoption of industry standards, starting with PackML.

3:00 PM – An Overview of Track and Trace on the Packaging Line
Jack Roe, LSI and Kelly Tung-Steudler, Rockwell Automation

Get a full overview of Track & Trace from the viewpoint of the packaging line with a focus on marking and data gathering technologies, aggregation and Manufacturing Execution System (MES) functionality.

4:00 PM – Use of Robotic Technology Across the World
Mike Grinager, Brenton

Learn about international robotic packaging applications as well as robotic pick-and-place technology.

Wednesday, November 3

10:00 AM – Stepper Drive Technology
Bob White, Kollmorgen

What performance to expect from stepper driven machines.

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We hope to see you in Chicago. If you have any questions please contact us. For more information on Pack Expo visit PackExpo.com.

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