We are known for making paper bags, laminating and flexo printing machines. It has designed and developed a new Paper Bag Machine that has increased the production speed by 30% and automates the mold switching process. The machine is developed using standard technology and professional technology, has at least 8 rotating shafts, and can join up to 30 rotating shafts, depending on the customer's specifications. All the electronic systems and software of this machine are developed by us, and the products produced by this machine are far more than similar products on the market.
The consumption of plastic bags continues to decline and is being replaced by paper bags. The structure of the paper bag machine is relatively complicated. Under the current conditions, it takes a long time to change the mold. To solve these problems, we have developed a new Luxury Bag Machine, which is trusted for its engineering and expertise. This newly developed machine can provide products of various sizes and characteristics, so it can switch between different product processes several times a day. It takes quite a long time to switch molds in the process of producing different products in the machines currently in use, and the company's engineers are looking for new ways to solve this problem. With this in mind, they conducted an intensive research and development study to understand how to reduce the delay between the manufacture of different products.
Another important innovation is the increase in the production speed of the machine by approximately 30%. Similar machines on the market can produce 600-700 paper bags per minute, depending on the size of the product, and the new Food Bag Machine will increase this number to 900-1000. During the development of this technology, standard tests and professional tests were carried out. Although the same product is manufactured in Europe at 500 kg, this figure drops to 200 kg in Turkey because this is a demand trend that manufacturers must comply with. If we take the daily production capacity of a machine as 1 ton, assuming that 4 different products are produced in one day, it will take an average of 4 product changes. When the switching time of each product is about 30 minutes, this means that nearly 2 hours are used to change the machine settings every day. This is a long time.
A Printing Machine is a complex piece of high-precision industrial equipment that is designed to produce printed material at a high rate of speed and low cost per page. Printing presses are commercially available which use several different types of printing technologies, but the most common type is called offset lithography. These presses are commonly designed in either sheet-fed configurations, which print on individual sheets of paper or other material, or web-fed configurations, which print on long webs of paper or other material, supplied on large reels. A so-called 'full size' sheet fed offset press prints on sheets that are about 700 mm x 1000 mm in size (about 28 inches x 40 inches). "Half size" and "quarter size" offset presses are also common, and these machines print on sheets that are one-half or one-quarter as large.
Digital Cutting Machines have caught the attention of hobbyists of all sorts including scrapbookers, cookie makers, cake decorators, metal clay and polymer clay artists, and even leather workers.
With so many cutting machines on the market how do you pick the right one? I have all the cutters mentioned here and have spent a month this experimenting with each of them. In order to determine which machine is best for you, first think through what kind of projects you’d like to make? Each machine its own parameters of what’s possible so its important to know what you’ll be using it for.
To start, are you doing this as a hobby or hoping to start a small business? I’ve always believed in buying new equipment that could grow with my ideas. I went shopping for a sewing machine a few years ago and settled on a floor model that had a reduced price. It came with a lot more bells and whistles then I needed or knew how to use at the time, but after a few classes, the creative possibilities with the machine and attachments were really exciting. I feel the same way about digital cutters.