A machine designed to place wooden strips on wooden boxes using staples.

They are placed one by one as the machine has a vertical strip storage space that feeds staplers and a box positioning system for the placing of the strip on the upward-facing edges.

  • Production: 450 boxes/hour.
  • Installed power: 4 kW.
  • Air consumption: 680 LN/minute.


How it works

Wooden strips must be manually inserted into a strip store in an easy-to-access area.

Boxes arrive on a conveyor from the packaging area. The entry of the work area is fed via pneumatic stops. The last strip of the device is put in stapling position via an extractor and suction pads.

Then the box is positioned by pneumatic stops and the strip is stapled. This cycle is repeated identically to place the second strip of the box.

In cases that require strips to be placed with engravings of a specific orientation, it is possible to place two stapling modules at a specific distance to staple both strips simultaneously.


  • Constructed with electrowelded steel tubing, aluminium structural elements, sheet metal and platens.
  • Finished with epoxy, two-part polyurethane or zinc paint.
  • Motorised chain conveyor with pneumatic systems to control the position of the boxes.
  • Movements through a guided system with precision bushings.
  • Suction pads for suction through the venturi system.
  • Industrial staplers for 22mm long staples. Increased duration.
  • Adaptable to different box heights and formats from 20x30cm to 50x30cm.
  • 60x40cm and 50x35cm are accepted through bypass.
  • Elevation for different heights via crank.


⇒ Strips can be replenished without stopping the machine.

⇒ High production.

⇒ Minimal incident rate, over 99% effectiveness.

⇒ Suitable for various formats.

⇒ Reduced dimensions.

⇒ Easy handling.

⇒ Minimal maintenance.

⇒ Easy format change.