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Machines for Making Teabags

10/28/2009 2:36 PM

Machinery for making the envelope for a teabag and how its created

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Re: Machines for Making Teabags

10/28/2009 3:46 PM

I know this is going to sound easy... because it is.

Go to website www.teabagmachine.com, select one of their machines, and they will send you one.

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Re: Machines for Making Teabags

10/29/2009 1:10 AM

AWESOME!!!

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Re: Machines for Making Teabags

10/30/2009 12:26 PM

Thank´s Doorman for your answer ,

I have alrady had a look on this site

-but I need more deaply information how to create the paperenvelope which contain the teabag so if any info. about this, please inform

-thanking you in advance

and ps. Now I know to enter the Forum "correct"

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Re: Machines for Making Teabags

10/30/2009 12:32 PM

Hello Sven-Erik, pleased to meet you, and welcome to CR4.

While I have a fair amount of experience with plant machines, I know little nothing of teabags, and the process of manufacturing them. If you hang around this forum for very long, you will realize you are surrounded by several thousand individuals with a world of experience. Most of us will gladly share any experience or knowledge with you, but you have to give everybody a chance.

To this end, I would ask you to copy your internal message to me, and post it on your forum thread. When I see you have done that, I will respond with a copy of this IM, and I believe you will receive some useful information.

Looking forward to seeing that post..... Best regards

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Re: Machines for Making Teabags

11/03/2009 11:40 AM

Well, Sven-Erik, looks like you and me, buddy.

I have poked around a little in internet, and discovered a manufacturer offering equipment to overwrap teabags, and carton them, etc. etc. I am not sure if you are looking for machines, or trying to build one yourself.

Try internet site www.ima.it, and look at end of line equipment. There is a little info about process, but not very much.

Hope this is of use to you. Best of luck.

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11/03/2009 12:02 PM

Thanks, a lot Doorman- this very usefull info.

I will take kontact to IMA asap. again thank´s

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