Name that Ware December 2016

The Ware for December 2016 is below.

Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday season!

19 Responses to “Name that Ware December 2016”

  1. Adrian says:

    A bubble wrap machine?

  2. Justus Seifert says:

    Maybe it is for making fiber glass boards? The white material on the upper level could be raw glass fiber cloth. The machine would test the density and would then maybe correct the sheets by drawing or rolling. But i do not see any part for impreganting the sheets with the resin.

  3. stuart says:

    Looks like a nappy (diaper) making machine ?

  4. Eliot says:

    Was hoping it was the magical spider that wraps all the boxes from china in yellow tape.

  5. Casey says:

    I see a plastic wrapper film being curled and formed in to a tube. Looks like some kind of packaging.
    So, random guess: candy-cane machine?

  6. Paul Warren says:

    Sanitary Pad or nappy making machine is mt guess!

  7. Jonathan says:

    Diaper/nappy maker.

    The continuous absorbent center can be seen in the center of the first photo by zooming in. The leg opening or side tape shape can be seen in the die in the center of the second photo (with the off-cuts sucked down the drain pipes just below) and in the flaps on the work just to its right. In the lower left of the second photo are the pastel pink pattern and the two rolls of leg elastic spaced to either side. They’re folded, further shaped, and ejected behind the chrome stair to the right of the first photo. A couple of (nearly) finished products can be seen near the output.

    Cool machine, bunnie. Inquiring minds are curious about cycle time…

  8. Cary says:

    In picture 1 to the left hand steel frame there is a clear 500ml water container that really isn’t transparent but opaque in the bottom. What is it and why is it there?

    • rasz_pl says:

      I see three bottles total, machine oil maybe?

      • nic0mac says:

        Betting its rubber rejuvenator or similar cleaner solvent for the rubber rollers bought in bulk then repacked into the pop bottles so its handy. Putting layers together can be a pain when one of the feeds start slipping.

  9. LaLoke says:

    It’s looks like a big printing machine, ans this machine print chrismath paper for packing gift. Sorry for my english.

  10. Tom says:

    From the units one can see, this narrow web processing machine has units for laminating, diecutting and dispensing. Maybe inline splicing unit, not sure.

    It might be used for manufacturing rolls material for/with nfc transponders, qualifying these rolls (cutting out defective transponders) or maybe credit cards or something, even batteries or parts thereof.

    For nappies, it’s way too narrow, folks.

    I’ll opt for spacers/ electrolyte-absorber layers for smartphone batteries.

  11. Morten says:

    This is a Baby Diaper Machine.
    I found a similar machine @ “” in the middle of the page. Apperently blue is the preferred color for this kind of machine. According to the specs, these kind of machines are able to produce between 100 to 1000 diapers per minute (dpm) :-)
    Happy new Year everybody and take care.

  12. Thomas says:

    Just a guess: bandages machine. For the kind of bandages to apply to a cut in a finger for example, with different meterials and glue strips.

  13. Rich says:

    I agree this is a baby diaper machine. Here is one in action.

  14. mike stone says:

    Newspaper printing press. The one in the paper I used to work for looked much like that.

    • Noah says:

      Since this machine is making diapers, I’m afraid it says a great deal about the quality of your newspaper…

  15. kart says:

    that’s a baby diaper machine.