Biagioni S.r.l.

Via Dei Cipressi, 1, 55027 Gallicano (Lucca)
Italy
Telephone +39 0583 730351
Fax +39 0583 730935
biagionisrl@mclink.it

This company is co-exhibitor of
4M Refai S.r.l.

Location

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drupa 2016 hall map (Hall 12): stand C63

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drupa 2016 fairground map: Hall 12

Contact

Lorenzo Lupi

Department head/group leader
Marketing, sales, advertising, PR

Unit 6 bowles wells Gardens I.E, Dover Road
CT19 6PQ Folkestone, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Phone
+393275528731

Email
l.lupi@unitedconverting.com

Elisabetta Lupi

Department head/group leader
Administration, personnel, training

Via di Coreglia 11
55025 Piano di Coreglia, Italy

Phone
+39058377088

Email
e.lupi@freemeccanica.com

Visit us

Hall 12 / C63

31.05.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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01.06.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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02.06.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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03.06.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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04.06.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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05.06.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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06.06.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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07.06.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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08.06.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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09.06.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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10.06.2016

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Biagioni srl presents autoboxing, the latest innovation on the Victoria Electronic series. This innovation allows the machine to automatically prepare the bags in banded packs to be transfered by mean of roller table to a boxing robot.

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  postpress/converting/packaging
  • 03.02  converting
  • 03.02.105  Bag and pouch making machines

Our products

Product category: Bag and pouch making machines

Flat paper bag machines, packaging, robot palletizer

Biagioni's Victoria electronic is sitting at the cutting edge of the servo drive technology applied to the paper bag making.

As well as paper bags making machine Biagioni Srl, thanks to the collaboration with Free Meccanica Srl have all the capabilities to offer technically advance equipment for the packaging industry, from shrink tunnels, casemaker, cartoners etc to robot palletizers.

 

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Product category: Bag and pouch making machines

Paper bag making machines

Our paper bag machines consist of three sections: the die punch assembly, the tubular body creation section and the rest of the machine body for the formation of the finished bag. At the entrance to the die assembly is a walkable platform below which the paper feed takes place. Their main function is the formation of the printed bag. The first group the bag goes through is called ‘the die punch’, a subgroup that punches an incision into the unrolling paper roll, thus allowing the tearing of the bags from each other later during the production process.
The subgroups that the paper roll passes through are the jumper and the paper pulling wheels, which together form a motorized unit that ensures the feeding of the paper roll. The movement is effected by an electronically controlled brushless motor, while the phaser controls the length of the bag bottom, and the longitudinal sealer applies the glue needed for the formation of the tubular body on the edge of the paper roll. The paper then passes on to the tubular body creation section for the longitudinal gluing of the edges. The last part of the paper bag making machine consists of the machine body, where the actual formation of the bag takes place. In the first section, the tubular body is cut by tearing along the previously made microperforations. Following this, the paper is fed to the bottom gluing/folding unit, so called because it first applies glue through the transversal gluer on the bottom of the bag, before folding it by means of a blade. Thus, the bag is now ready to be taken by the drum grippers, that help the glue bond by applying pressure on the bottom of the bags. Then the drum, thanks to its rotational movement, carries the bags to the gathering table. The bridge is an essential accessory for the production process. This structure, made of folded sheet metal, is mounted on special supports placed on top of the unwinder and the die section. Through a series of rollers, it allows the feeding of the paper roll into the machine’s various sections. It also supports the drying section that dries the printed paper roll before it reaches the paper bag making machine. The entire paper bag making machine is enclosed within a soundproof booth.

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About us

Company details

The story of BIAGIONI S.r.l. might as well begin with a fairytale-like "Once upon a time…", so steeped it is in traditions that have been carefully passed down from father to son. The company’s roots can be traced back as far as 1920, when Giuseppe Biagioni, the current owner’s grandfather, felt the “vocation” to open a small village workshop.

The first company, "Officina Meccanica Figli di G. Biagioni", was established in 1950. It was in those years that the first knife-edge paper bag making machine was built, entirely from hand made parts. During the following years, the company kept abreast with the times and also kept itself well-informed regarding new technological solutions, which it was always able to introduce and test very promptly, thanks to its efforts directed towards the design and construction stages.

In the 60s, paper bag machine technology underwent a general change: sheet metal side plates started being made of cast iron, mechanical parts started being fitted with oil bath housings, and several improvements were made so as to enable the processing of paper with smaller grammages. Flexographic printers were also integrated into paper bag making machines at around this time.

1972 saw the launch of the world's first tear strip system machine, following a careful production test lasting two years. The years to come also resulted in the achievement of yet more targets, among which are the creation of the EI636 tear strip system paper bag making machine with 4-colour flexographic printing unit, the EBP350 paper bag making machine for paper pouches, corrugation mechanisms, machines for re-winders and machines used in the food sector. The BE 135-6, 6 colour, central drum based reel to reel flexographic printing unit for plastic film was produced in 1980.

The real turning point, however, was in 1990: all paper bag machines underwent a modification whereby all gears were replaced with transmission pulleys and toothed belts, that offered a most silent operation, greater precision and better accessibility and ease for cleaning and maintenance operations. To meet increasing printing-related demands, a screen printing system was also developed. The company’s directors Enrico Biagioni and Renzo Gonnella gave the company its current appellation in 1997. In that same year, the knife-edge paper bag machine ALBA 91C proved itself to be a great success, as evidenced by the results obtained by the company’s client SEVEN of Perugia.

1998 saw the creation of the VICTORIA BG 98, an electronic cutting tear strip machine, which, after a year of careful redesign, became the VICTORIA ELECTRONIC, a revolutionary machine, which is currently being used by two of the largest paper bag manufacturers: NicoIetti of Montecatini and Mantucci of Perugia. The only characters in this "fairy tale" are Enrico Biagioni and Renzo Gonnella. These are their weapons: a powerful Hewlett · Packard workstation with constantly up to date software, which allows the direct design of all machines produced on site. All the parts from which the machines are made are marked with a code that ensures a perfect interchangeability both during assembly as well as during repair. The continuous contact with clients allows them to examine the changing needs of the sector in real time, and to implement the necessary improvements accordingly. Biagioni offers its customers a complete service, ensuring the delivery of the machine through secure transportation, and unloading and installation according to layouts previous agreed with the client. Biagioni also offer testing and setting up services, apart from after-sales service and distribution of all replacement parts for their machines. We vow that there are no spells to be heard of in this tale. The Nicoletti paper bag factory cries VICTORY!

Nicoletti, a leading preformed paper industry company based in central Italy, strengthened the confidence shown in the Officine Biagioni series through its purchase of the new VICTORIA ELECTRONIC. The paper bag/preformed paper product company Nicoletti is based in the province of Pistoia, with a 4000 square metre factory and a further 14,000 square metre production area. A well-known name in the paper industry for over thirty years, the Sacchettificio Nicoletti produces a wide range of tear strip bags and envelopes, with or without gusset, with a flat bottom and even with a cross and double sheet bottom. The company also produces printed paper products, tablecloths and placemats for both family and industrial use. The continuous research carried out for advanced technologies on the one hand, and the years-long experience in and attention to the use of environmentally friendly materials on the other hand, ensure that production takes place with very low pollution levels, guaranteeing optimal environmental balance. The production lines will soon be complemented with the new VlCTORIA ELECTRONIC model by Biagioni S.r.l., while Nicoletti are planning to carry out a complete replacement of their production lines with Biagioni electronic machines in the future.

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