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Glue application apparatus for use with can labeling machines and the like

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4208236.

In a labeling machine for cylindrical objects such as cans, having conventional means to apply glue to such object in a line parallel to the axis thereof, and having means for causing the object to roll over a stack of labels such that one end of the uppermost label in the stack is picked up by adhering to said line of glue, and is rolled around the object as it progresses in its rolling path; means are disclosed to apply a line of glue under pressure to the uppermost label in the stack at its trailing end in timed relation to the movement of the object in its path so that the trailing edge of the label adheres to the object as it continues its rolling path. Means are provided to adjust for objects of varying length and diameter, and for labels of different lengths.

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