from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In paper box manuf., a machine for covering paper boxes with paper for decorative purposes. The machine feeds the strips of paper (one or two) from a roll, coats them on one side with glue, removes the surplus glue, dries them in part, guides them to the blank box, and, when by one revolution of the box they have covered each side and end, cuts them off and feeds them to the next box placed in the machine by the operator.


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