How to achieve well shaped bundling with a fully automatic packaging machine

08 Jun.2023

Both well shaped packaging and parallel packaging are commonly used bundling methods in the cardboard box bundling industry. Generally, the parallel packaging method only requires one bundling machine, while the well shaped packaging method may require two bundling machines, depending on the situation. So how does a fully automatic bundling machine achieve well shaped bundling? Below, Aixun will share with you:

1. Vertical conveying on the assembly line. This is a common solution and requires customers to have a relatively large site, with two conveyor lines arranged vertically and each conveyor line equipped with a packaging machine, in order to achieve well shaped packaging.

2. Use a lifting and shifting device. This solution is mainly aimed at users whose production lines are arranged in a straight line. If a well shaped packaging is required, a lifting and shifting device can be considered. The lifting and shifting device can transport heavier goods, which is one of the cost-effective solutions.

3. Collision device. This solution is relatively novel and simple, but it has certain limitations, which is that it cannot transport heavier goods. It is mainly used in the field of well packing operations for lighter cardboard boxes, newspapers, and other items.

4. Reverse conveying method. The principle of this method is to use a bundling machine, combined with a power drum line that can be turned forward and backward. After the cardboard box enters the bundling machine for the first time and completes parallel bundling, it exits the bundling machine. After achieving rotation on the drum line, it enters the bundling machine again for the second bundling operation, thus achieving well shaped bundling operation.

In summary, there are many ways to achieve well type packaging, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. The specific choice of method needs to be determined based on the actual situation and production capacity of the user on site. Do not blindly follow!