The Sharp Max Pro 24 continuous bagging machine helps you reach maximum fulfillment speed with an incredibly fast bag and passthrough changeover. The passthrough size adjusts automatically through the HMI, which features fast speed and intuitive icons. You can also save job settings and design and store labels right on the HMI.
Sharp’s Max Pro 24 uses inline thermal printing to directly print barcodes, graphics and alphanumeric fonts on to the packages. You can choose to have the label side up as the bags exit.
This automatic bagging system features a compact footprint and is quick and easy to load and operate. It’s also very safe and ergonomic.
The Sharp Max Pro 24 is great for a variety of industries, including automotive, beauty, electronics, food, hardware, medical, and retail.
To learn more about your high-performance bagging options, request a quote today.
- Predictive Maintenance thanks to cutting edge diagnostics
- Intuitive HMI located on either side of the machine
- Remotely access the HMI, printer, and PLC when networked
- One-person frame
- Loading height adjustment
- Compact footprint
- Moveable printing heads for precise positioning
|Dimensions||39.75” wide x 71.85” long x 38.4” to 44.9” high|
|Air||80-100 PSI, 5 CFM; clean, dry air|
|Electrical Requirements||115 VAC, 15 Amp|
|Bag Width Range||10-24 inches|
|Bag Length Range||10-36 inches|
|Film Gauge Range||1-4 mil|
|Bag Type||Rolls or folded in box|
|Speed requirements||10 bags per minute tied to WMS|
|Printer||Zebra integrated printer|
|Print width||Up to 4 inches|
|Printer HMI||Integrated into Max Pro 24 bagging system|
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