Manufacturing Process for Paper Tubes &
Being a regular consumable item for a
spinning mill, the process is generally
considered very simple. However, tremendous
technical skill is required in the making
of paper tubes. Following is a summary of
the process involved in the manufacturing
of paper tubes.
The first step involves punching of tubes
and cones. The paper board is cut according
to the size and conicity required by the
Grinding of edges is done and then paste is
applied on the paper cones.
After grinding, winding is done at the
spindles of the same conicity.
After winding drying takes place in
By the process of velvetting, rough
finishing is given by a 152 mm emery belt.
After velveting, the base of paper cones is
cut. Bottom cuts are given as per
customers' request, in the form of V cut, U
cut, Y cut & moon cut etc.
A small v shaped indentation is made at the
bottom of cones. This process is called
The paper cones & tubes are weighed before
dispatching. The weighing range of ¡À 2 to 3
gms is maintained at our plant.
After the weighing process is over, sorting
of cones is undertaken. Non- conforming
products are rejected at this stage.
» Pre-despatch Inspection
Before the final dispatch to customers is
made, stringent inspection is carried out.
At this stage 5% samples are tested in
order to make ourselves very much confident
of our quality.
Paper cones/tubes are packed in varied
sizes according to specifications provided
Q: What is Core?
A: A hollow cylindrical object that
paper, film or labels are wound around to
form a roll. They are made of thick sturdy
cardboard or metal. The thickness of its
walls will vary according to the type and
amount of product that will be wound on it.
The size of the core opening will depend on
the requirements of the equipment it will
be used on.