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Box Forming, Loading and Closing

Box Forming, Loading and Closing

Boxes and/or cases come in many shapes, sizes and styles.  Jennerjahn Machine has created automated solutions for a variety of box forming requirements.

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Box Forming

Boxes and/or cases come in many shapes, sizes and styles.  Jennerjahn Machine has created automated solutions for a variety of box forming requirements.

The Regular Slotted Container (RSC) is the most common box style used for shipping and storage. Case forming can be accomplished with pneumatic vacuum cups to pull a box from the stacked inventory and form the box.  The two inner flaps are folded in and the outer flaps meet at the center of the box.  Once formed, the flaps on the bottom of the box are automatically secured with tape.

Die cut boxes are highly customizable corrugated cardboard boxes designed to fit any shape, size, or need.  Typically, a stack of box blanks are loaded into a hopper.  Vacuum cups transfer one box blank up at a time and guide it though a hot melt glue station.  The blank is then pushed down into a forming assembly where the flaps are held under compression until the hot melt is cured forming a box.

Description

Box Forming

Boxes and/or cases come in many shapes, sizes and styles.  Jennerjahn Machine has created automated solutions for a variety of box forming requirements.

The Regular Slotted Container (RSC) is the most common box style used for shipping and storage. Case forming can be accomplished with pneumatic vacuum cups to pull a box from the stacked inventory and form the box.  The two inner flaps are folded in and the outer flaps meet at the center of the box.  Once formed, the flaps on the bottom of the box are automatically secured with tape.

Die cut boxes are highly customizable corrugated cardboard boxes designed to fit any shape, size, or need.  Typically, a stack of box blanks are loaded into a hopper.  Vacuum cups transfer one box blank up at a time and guide it though a hot melt glue station.  The blank is then pushed down into a forming assembly where the flaps are held under compression until the hot melt is cured forming a box.