Using ground gears the die-cut machine enables ultra-quiet running and high print accuracy, able to apply three colors to the corrugated box in a single run. As of late, we’ve introduced a new high-speed printing machine with all tools being controlled through a simple PLC computer screen.
Priced a little lower than our die-cut printer, this little job is more suitable for small to medium run box making business.
With this slotting machine, slots are cut on the board blanks to provide flaps. Using electrical control, the machine is easy to use and maintain all while delivering consistent slotting results.
A box making system is not complete without a stacker, which allows box blanks of any size to be stacked neatly in a pile on the pallet.
Fully automatic flute laminator machine applies color-printed linerboard facing to the fluted medium, running at a speed of 200 corrugated boards per minute.
Utilizing the semi-automatic gluing machine, box blanks of various sizes and styles are glued into final shapes.
Box blank widths ranging between 160mm and 1100mm when fully extended can be run on this fully automatic gluing machine.
Using a photoelectric sensor, the box gluing machine enables an automatic rise and lowering of the platform for stable and safe operation.
Using a microprocessor control system, the semi-automatic die cutter cuts corrugated boards to lengths in a fast and precise mode.
The creaser slitter makes creases while cutting sheets to length. Quality sliding bearings are constructed of premium-grade copper alloys for excellent resistance to wear and vibration
The single facer is typically used to bind the fluted medium to one single layer of linerboard facing.
The double facer features a rigid framework made of high-strength steel beams for vibration-free operation when running at high speed.