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ABOUT Manufacturing Process

ABOUT THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS

The manufacturing process of continuous stationery is very simple since the machine used is totally automatic and as such only the roll of paper is to be fed as input and the output is a fully finished zigzag fold.

The machine for this process consists of:

  1. Paper roll un winder for variable roll diameter and paper width upto 24” including paper dust remover automatic control, edge, web guide etc..
  2. Offset Printing unit for printing the forms as per the software designed
  3. Letterpress or imprinting unit for printing that can also be used for numbering the printed forms.
  4. Computer Marginal sprocket hole punching unit for punching holes on computer forms as required by computer and EDP Machine.
  5. Cross Perforation unit for perforation of computer forms at various depths required by the user.
  6. Linear perforation unit for linear or stub perforation of the paper thus enabling the sprocket holes to be detached after being printed by the computer.
  7. Rewinding unit: in some cases stationery is required in the form of rolls. This can be achieved by rewinding the printed web.
  8. Complete controls: The machine has a sophisticated electrical panel with the following.
    • Thyristor Controller DC Motor including an inch and slow run button and step less variation of speed from zero to maximum.
    • Complete tension control mechanism to control the length of paper.
    • Complete web control mechanism including web brake
    • Registration mechanism for cross and circumferential direction.
    • Safety mechanism including covers meter overload trips etc…

After the roll is printed, punched, perforated and folded an offline process of collating is employed to manufacture multipart stationery. This included the interleaving of carbon webs between paper webs and binding them together.

The forms are then packed (Approximately 3000 per box) and sent to the market.

The process is an effulent free process since it involves conversion of paper only and hence, do not have any effect on natural resources and also do generate any pollution effects on the local environment. Thus in essence the process is eco-friendly.