The vein or grain is stripped from the tobacco leaf, leaving the rest of the leaf intact, and the complex shapes of the binder and wrapper are die-cut from complete leaves.

These shapes, on a carrier, are wound onto a bobbin. When these bobbins are unwound to feed the wrapping process, another machine counts and inspects the quality of the die-cuts.

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