Stolle to display technological advances at Metpack

Stolle Machinery will be displaying advances in can forming, decorating, end making and automated controls at Metpack 2020.

The main components of Stolle’s Inkjector, which was first introduced at Metpack 2017, will be on display, including a simulated high speed 360-degree vision inspection camera and cylinder registration station. Print quality feedback from the camera allows the Inkjector to control both the plate cylinder registration and inker fountain keys in real time to maintain print quality while the decorator is in production.

Also on display will be a new bottom reformer module for the Stolle E-NCKR. This is Stolle’s premier die necking, flanging and inspection system which was first introduced at Cannex 2018 in China. Another new system is the new Stolle EO6 six-out easy-open end conversion system that features a new 140-ton press. Video and photos of the machine in operation will be on display at Metpack, as well a set of tab and lane dies.

Additionally, Stolle will have updates on its new Canceptor bodymaker, as well as a redesigned and upgraded redraw system for the Stolle Ragsdale Bodymaker. There will also be a demonstration of Stolle’s inSight plant-wide automation and intelligent control software, as well as new information on Stolle Global Systems which will feature its successes around the world in designing and building can and end lines, as well as complete plants.

Toyo Seikan will also have a presence in the Stolle booth, providing information and demonstrations on new technologies, its TULC production line and its new bodymaker D&I tooling that only requires changing once a year.

Stolle Machinery will be on stand C347 at Metpack 2020 (5-9 May).

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