Fully automated Thermoforming Machines are packaged in roll film forming, so film is required to pull the associated conveyor. At the time of work, the base film needs to be preheated and then the sealing and pulling process is received during the sealing and cutting process. Generally, the power is from the conveying chain arranged on the longitudinal sides of the machine. Each section of the chain is fitted with a clip that automatically clamps the base film from start to finish. The transfer chain can feed the base film from the beginning of the machine to the terminal in a continuous step. The general standard chain is driven by a two-speed three-phase motor. The feed is usually driven at a high speed, so that it can be automatically switched to a low speed before stopping at each step, and each step can be stopped accurately. End position.
Because of the stepper motor drive, electronic control can be achieved without speed regulation. This type of drive allows the chain to run at a uniform rate during the initial phase of each feed, allowing for a step-down in the termination phase. This type of driving prevents the package from spilling out of the tray when the circular object and liquid are wrapped, because the chain is quickly started or stopped quickly.
DPXB/40B Advanced Thermoforming Packaging Machines