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Advanced Dynamics is launching a range of Kora-Packmat feeder machines at the start of 2010.

Each of the feeders is specially designed for handling flat products, including card, plastic, film, paper and even small sachets.

The new machines will allow certain products up to 1,000mm in width to be handled.

Initially, three new feeders are being introduced by the company, with a fourth to be launched later in the year.

The Easyfeeder is a new entry-level model with an adjustable product thickness gap covering 0-8mm.

Key features include product runtime monitoring for missing sheet detection, remote stop-start via an external PLC and a variable-speed level of up to 60 A4 sheets per minute (indexed).

Advanced Dynamics is offering the new model as a low-cost buy-and-ship boxed unit.

The company is also unveiling the BF-300 Basicfeeder, a higher-level model that replaces the earlier LLC feeder.

The BF-300 is based on a new design and is not only cheaper than the previous LLC but also comes with a number of new features.

These include easier operator controls, two adjustment controls, a two-line LC display, lower noise levels and a product thickness gap setting covering 0-12mm.

The third member of the new range is the AF-300 Advancedfeeder, which replaces the earlier LB feeder.

Capable of handling 0-30mm product thicknesses, which is more than double that of the earlier model, the AF-300 comes with a range of advanced features including easy setting up, adjustment of the product setting by a single control and a big 600mm magazine for product stacking up to 1,400 sheets per minute.

Other features include wear-resistant automatic drive and microprocessor controls, with PLC interface if required for external control.

This includes monitoring for identifying missing products, fault and the recording of levels of product in the stack.

More details concerning a new high-level end feeder planned for summer 2010 will be released nearer the date.

All machines have a tough, ruggedly designed frame and an anodised aluminium casing and are capable of interfacing with other equipment to form part of a synchronised production line.

Potential customers for the new machines include printers, converting companies, greeting-card manufacturers, promotional agencies, packaging firms, fulfilment houses and medical product producers, along with numerous related suppliers.

Typical product handling applications range from beermats and plasters to card inserts.

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