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|Packing material||PP/CPP, PA/PE, PET/PE etc||PP/CPP, PA/PE, PET/PE etc|
|Packing size||L:30-160mm, W:50-140mm||L:30-300mm, W:50-200mm|
|Max width of the film||300mm||420mm|
- Weighting and Fibre counting packing, applicable to one kind with 1-5000pcs/bag
- Solid sealing, smooth and elegant bag shpe, high efficiency and durability, can be equipped with exhaust device, printer, labeling machine, transfer conveyor and weight checker.
- Automatic ordering, counting, packing and printing etc., easily adjust the quantity of screws in the bag, set the quantity of bags what you need, when meet, the machine will be stop automatically.
Screw,nut,washer, spring, bolt ,nail ,wooden peg, pipe fittings etc.
Furniture, Fasteners, Toy, Electrical, Stationery, Pipe,Vehicle etc.
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Vacuum chamber size: 380*280*90 mm
Lowest vacuum chamber Pressure: 1.32 Kpa
Heat-sealing size: 260 mm
Power source: 220V±10%,50HZ,370w
Dimension: 485*360*330 mm
Weight: 36 kg
This is the third part in a four part series showing how to use SolidWorks Motion to simulate a packaging machine utilizing event-based motion. In this part, the event-based motion study will be created. The final video in this series will cover the final results of the event-based motion study.
For more content, visit the SolidWorks Teachers Blog at: http://blogs.solidworks.com/teacher/2014/06/solidworks-event-based-motion-packaging-machine-part-3.html