Valco Melton’s latest gluers and inspection systems at drupa

Creating more possibilities with less wastage

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Angela Unzu, assistant coordinator, marketing, of Valco Melton Spain at drupa 2016. Photo PSA

One of the world’s leading suppliers of adhesive dispensing equipment and quality inspection systems, Valco Melton had a successful drupa 2016. The company grown well with its adhesive dispensing technology and quality assurance systems and with the addition of camera-based inspection offerings. The continued development of its gluing technology with the acquisition of the Microgluer line of products for print finishing and graphic arts has also consolidated its market position.

Valco Melton displayed the Microgluerfor creating self-mailers in C, V and Z fold formats. The compact and versatileMicrogluer eliminates expensive pre-glued and perforated forms, and minimizes mail costs by simplifying and streamlining selfmailing applications. The turnkey solution offers a small-format folding machine with integrated glue system and built-in pattern controllerto fold, glue, and perforate in one operation.

The new 3NCR offers non-contact gluing for top-down and bottom-up applications, giving a box plant the ability to perform inside and outside glue joints using one glue station installed on one side of the machine. The 3NCR is equipped with the 524 series valves to deliverfast, clean cutoff and long lasting nozzle parts.

It also showed its ProClear adhesive coating station which is aimed at clear-toclear applications, master roll transparent labels and flexible packaging. The ProClear coating stations feature rotating bar technology to achieve uniform and streak-free coatings. For the most common coating applications, it is available in three standard options – FlexClear, EPR andMB.Alternatively, it canbe customized to meet specific userrequirements.

DrupaValco Melton’s new ClearVision quality assurance equipment and camera-based inspection software were demonstrated at drupa. “The latest version of ClearVision BoxChek7 camera-based inspectionsoftwarewill produce defect-free products one step further by combining set up forbothgluingandinspection.Uptosixcamerasand sensors can now be combined with BoxChek7 to include inspection of gluing, folding, printregistration,barcodes, scores and windows.Its22-inchtouchscreenalsooffers a brand new way for users to interact with its system and houses features like an online chat support window and faster processor speed,” says Unzu.

Demosofthenewly introduced PackChek camera inspection systemdetectingglue and other package characteristics after the glue is applied and the flap sare closed were also given. “PackChek is the only system of its kind available onthemarket,” says Angela Unzu of Valco Melton Spain showed us around the company’s stand at drupa. Overall, it was an impressive display fromthecompanywhichsawabusyturnoutatthe show. Unzuadded ,“We have got alot of queries and visitors from all over the world with some interest from India as well during the show.”

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