Cigar – making

Cigar – making

The filler of the cigar is formed into a roll, a process termed bunching. Many cigars require the ends to be pressed into a more rounded contour by a headshaping machine

The overrolling station rolls the binder (followed by the wrapper around the bunch), using a controlled amount of adhesive gum. Drying systems can be used to control humidity, while cut-to length devices and tray fillers can also be deployed.

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