A brush making machine is used to manufacture various kinds of brushes. These machines are designed to produce a wide variety of brush shapes, sizes, and materials. They can produce a large number of brushes in a short period of time and with high accuracy. They can also be used to deburr surfaces, delivering precision finishes that are difficult to achieve with manual tools or other brush types. These machines are available in different models, including those that provide a wide range of functions.
In a present invention, there is disclosed a toothbrush brush manufacturing machine which includes a base, a filling tool, and a picking system. The filling tool is capable of filling various types of bristle, such as animal hair, pig hair, very slim fiber, and steel wire. The picking system is a conveyor-type system that can be used to pick and deposit different types of bristles, or it may be adapted for picking and distributing short fibers. The machine has a control system that is programmed to perform different operations according to a preset program. The operating system can be configured for multiple languages, such as Chinese, English and Spanish.
Another feature of the invention is a cam shift for the tuft deflector which is responsive to the positioning of the brush back, and which includes an improved camming mechanism. The tuft deflector is shifted to free a previously seated tuft from the brush back by insertion of anchor wires into an anchor slot in the cutter bar and longitudinal slots of the tuft-setting jaws. The deflector can be shifted in two directions for arranging the tufts on the brush back in different directional patterns.
The reengineering of the vertical tufting machines from Roth Composite Machinery has allowed for a significant increase in production and reliability. A carrousel transfer system provides smooth running and high production velocities. The tufting process is highly precise and has been improved to ensure high process safety. This new generation of tufting machines is also characterized by its extremely low maintenance and quick assembly.
This brush machine is especially suited to manufacturers of small quantities of high-quality “fine brushware,” such as brushes for cosmetics, nail art and hairbrushes. It features a short-stroke filling tool and a high-precision picking system, and it is capable of producing a variety of different configurations for these products, such as round, half-round and flat brushes, nail art brushes, rubber pads and bath brushes. It can also produce brushes with a single- or double-sided head, and it can be used to make both anchorless and anchor-type toothbrushes. In addition, the DMU-1 allows for an incredibly fast assembly process and can deliver up to 48 brushes per minute. The machine can be operated manually or with a minimum of automation. It is also suitable for long runs, such as for annual production. Its simple design and high quality make it a very reliable and efficient brush-making machine. It is an excellent choice for companies whose production demands are increasing rapidly.