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How Build pp strap machine?

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How Build pp strap machine?

01/10/2017 at 00:56

Hi
How build pp strap machine?
How to make the machine to produce?
Is there an idea?

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starter
01/10/2017 at 11:00
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What you need is an extrusion machine, and use a nozzle that’s a slot (not as wide, but thicker than you want the strap) and then, while the plastic is still hot, pass it through some textures rollers to squeeze it to its final shape.

I’ll have a think, and see if i can draw up a design for you later. but thats a really good idea, and a really valuable end product 🙂

helper
01/10/2017 at 16:09
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I think @ppmansfield has the right idea on how to make it.

Where I work we get hundreds of these straps a week, we don’t reuse them as once they’ve been cut they are too short to reuse by us with pallets going out.

I’ve often thought if we had a machine on site too remould then we’d be able to reuse them.

We currently sell them as scrap to a local recycling company

starter
02/10/2017 at 01:22
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@whitearsm my grandad worked for a company that made these. So i asked him… and then I basically just described the machine he described to me lol

helper
03/10/2017 at 07:41
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I was cutting some straps at work this morning and noticed it’s made of fibers like nylon see attached picture.

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04/10/2017 at 21:17
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Hi @ppmansfield.I’m waiting.
I’m happy to help you.
I really need help. Please help me.

starter
05/10/2017 at 00:47
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hi @milad

Sorry, I’ve had a busy few days with my little girl being ill. I’ll be back to normal in a day or 2, then I’ll get it sorted. Sorry

starter
05/10/2017 at 13:56
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Hi @ppmansfield.
I hope the little girl is fine. Thank you.😊

starter
10/10/2017 at 23:35
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Just letting you know, I am still working on this. I’d just found a few issues in my design, that are taking longer to work out than I anticipated… But I havent forgotten

starter
14/10/2017 at 13:16
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Hi.ok
I’m weiting for you
Very thanks.☺

starter
06/11/2017 at 15:06
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Hi @ppmansfield
Are you ok?
What’s up in design?
What could you do?
Thanks

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