Automatic Paper Bag Making Machine
Acme Paper Bag Making Machines are designed to meet all your requirements of Paper Bags, both Flat as well as Satchel type (with side folding on both sides) made from kraft Paper, Glassine, Butter Paper and Sulphite Paper. Tha bags could be produced without printing and also with Flexo-Printing in one, two or even upto 4 colours if so required. The printing and bag making is done in single process and paper bag is delivered completely duly printed. The machine is so designed that thePaper Bag Making Machine can be made to run simultaneously with printing as also seperately as per requirement. The machine is built to eliminate all causes of vibration and special steel gears are used for smooth running and longer lasting. Special rollers and ball bearings areemployed for trouble-free performance. Simple mechanical brake helps continuostension. Provided with side adjustment of ± 5cms, the mill roll can be set whilemachine is running. Jumping roller remove all crease in the web and control smooth running. The machines are capable of producing bags of different sizes by changing PLATES AND GEARS, which process is very easily accomplished with just 15 - 20 minutes. Description of Paper Bag Machine (a) Paper Unwinding Unit with ± 5 cms Side register Unit. (b) Longitudinal Gumming Unit. (c) Tube Forming Unit. (d) Bottom Cutting Folding and Pasting. (e) Delivery Table.
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