Best Practice

No matter whether you are involved in print finishing, packaging production, wood processing, the automotive industry or special-purpose machinery construction, we design and manufacture technology that gives you a lasting competitive edge. This page shows just a few of the applications we realise with our customers.

Case study Multifunctional Camera control

Camera inspection for a wide range of applications in all industries.

Edge detection 
Object control
Position control
Code control, .....



Case study pot production

Dot application by a HM-500 application head with a special domed nozzle.
Applying 3 smal dots simultaneously on a sleeve to combine a inner and a outer pot.


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Case study cup manufacturing 1

Attaching paper sleeves
A hybrid of hot melt and cold glue is used for longitudinal glue application. The hot melt provides the initial adhesion, and the cold glue provides temperature resistance. This guarantees that the bond will not break if the temperature increases (e.g. in a microwave).


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Case study Edge detection

Intricate folding carton structures make products more attrac-tive and increase sales in the market. Such intricate structures require intricate controls to ensure that no errors are caused during the packaging processes.


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Case study Anti Slip

Glue is used to protect goods via transportation and storage.
This is environmental friendly and reduces costs.


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Case study Bag manufacturing

The use of plastic bags is being reduced or even banned all over the world to help to protect the environment. Paper bags are the eco-friendly alternative.

Handle gluing with hotmelt and coldglue.


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Case study End of Line handle and frame bonding

Packaging is continually being optimised and adjusted to increase customer satisfaction. Customers find handles parti-cularly useful.

With this project, the challenge was concerned to the material surface and applying adhesive during an acceleration phase in the packaging machine.


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Case study Bag industry

More and more baked goods are now on offer in super-markets and bakeries. Special bags are required for this, which allow you to see the product, thereby simplifying the payment process at the checkout.


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Case study Cores and Tubes

The start of paper webs are traditionally glued to winding cores by means of double-sided adhesive tape: A manual work step that is time-consuming and cost-intensive. Double-sided tape is replaced by a spray process.


Case study wrap around

Manufacturing of outer packaging in wraparound is an established production process, that has not changed for years. Adhesive was applied in classic glue lines with electro pneumatic application heads. Since there is an increasing need for cost cutting to manufacturers of cases, Baumer hhs looked for a way to reduce adhesive.

Case study Case Erector

Gluing of cases is an established process, that has hardly changed over years. Glue application is done in classic glue lines by help of electro pneumatic application heads. Since there is an increasing need for cost cutting to manufacturers of cases, Baumer hhs looked for a way to reduce adhesive. The starting point for cost cutting is the amount of glue applied per case. You can not simply reduce the width of the glue line, because height differences in the material and pressing force could then not be adjusted.

Case study Case Erector 2

A special-design machine produced collapsible cases at relatively high machine speed. In this project we assembled a customized system in cooperation with the machine manufacturer. Because of huge quantities and implementation of 80 application heads the customers emphasized a durability and reliability of the heads. This led to use of pure electrically switching HME-500 application heads, which perfectly match the requirement of reliability and durability.

Case study adhesive with silicon tape

Folding cartons, gusseted wallets and boxes are often enhanced with glue strips, that are covered with silicon tape. The user can remove the tape before final closure and press the glue flaps. To apply glue lines onto the product there are 2 possible ways. The conventional way is a transfer process, with pre application of pressure sensitive adhesive to a silicon tape which is then affixed to the board. Disadvantage of this process is high cost of silicon tape. Moreover you can not influence type of glue and thickness of coating.

Case study Peelable Glue

In everyday life you can find many examples for products glued with fugitive. Credit cards are glued onto the letter when sent by post. In this case it is important that no glue residues remain on the card. Also the letter should be unharmed after removing the card. Fugitives can often be found on advertising letters that are meant to be opened by customer. Also for this product the paper must not tear.

Case study Filter Gluing

The automotive industry requires high reliability and operational availability of manufacturing equipment. Thanks to special design of Baumer hhs melters, they allow for gentle melting process of the hot melt, since it could crack when processed inproperly. In the parts carrying glue there are special high temperature sealings, to ensure durability even with temperatures above 200°C. The even application of glue lines can be acchieved with gear pumps, that have been designed for this special purpose.

Case study Window-Fixing

Gluing of transparent foils with dispersions often gets to its boundaries. An established way of production is gluing the windows by help of dispersion via nozzles or by printing block gluers. The faster a process, the shorter are pressing cycles within the machine. The cold glue thus does not have enough time, for intrusion into the products surface.

Case study Attaching Product Samples

Manufacturers of mailing products can differentiate themselves on competitive markets by invention of innovative products. Existing folding machines allow to conquer new markets or increase existing business by integration of additional functions to the machine. The new gluing of products into title pages or brochures is an ideal addition, that enhances classical mailing products. This products – usually made on saddle stitchers– ensure for profitable work load of the saddle stitcher and account for improved customer loyalty. Not only the print provides information, but also the product, that may contain much more thanks to modern technology. It doesn’t matter whether it is CD’s, product samples, phone cards or other objects placed into a title page or advertising brochure – they only have to be flat.

Case study CD Case

The glued CD-cover especially with low circulation is an inexpensive alternative to standard plastic jewel cases. The print cover is manufatured on a folder gluer, with gluing done by a Baumer hhs cold glue system. By help of 4 hotmelt dots the plastic insert is glued to the hinged, printed cover. Since the gluing base often is a high quality, printed surface, CD-packers often use pressure sensitive adhesives. By the HM-500 application heads even the challenging, sometimes tailing adhesive is applied in dot mode with a high application quality. This is eminently important, since glue dots are highly visible through the transparent plastic.

Case study Post Card Onsert

Adhesive application of postcards or small advertising brochures into magazines is not newsworthy. But so far you needed an additional step, in which the magazine ran through the saddle stitcher after printing, only to place postcards with a card feeder. This was mandatory, since printing machines were too fast for any inline glue process. With introduction of the purely electrical HME-500 application head series, there was for the first time a head that is able to apply intermittent glue lines at full speed of the printing machine. Even dots can be applied at high speed.

Case study interrupted coating

Baumer hhs-GmbH as specialist for fast intermittent adhesive application heads, is setting standards with the new coating head. The coating head is based on the proven and patented Baumer hhs application heads. Thanks to their integrated pneumatic heads they can switch extremely fast and are robust and compact at the same time. Even at maximum machine speed you can now apply intermittent adhesives. Continuous coating with highest accuracy in glue distribution and dosage are no problem any more. The combination of materials with surface treatments allow for highest application accuracy.

Case Study Automatic tank filling

If you glue longitudinal seams on folding cartons, Baumer hhs offers the solution to the familiar problems with your disc gluing system. Exchange the unreliable pump for a sturdy piston pump from Baumer hhs or equip the system for the first time with automatic filling. This way you can also achieve the same level of production reliability with your disc gluing system for which we are well-known with our nozzle gluing and quality assurance systems.

Case study Carton closure without tape

The common carton closure by tape is becoming replaced by direct gluing with hot melt. You can flexibly select the type of hot melt depending on later storage and conditions. This is an advantage especially with freezer packaging or storage under hard conditions. Gluing of cartons is also a smart alternative to staples. Thanks to a bigger adherend surface you will reach considerably higher stability and the slow process of stapling can be replaced by inline gluing.

Case study Seals in Automotive Industry

Following the outline of a side panel a foam gasket is fixed with pressure sensitive adhesives. You can do without premium gasket material and without laborious pre-treatment of the surfaces, since the gasket sticks even to difficult surfaces this way. Thanks to Baumer-hhs hotmelt systems that suit your application your machine investment is substantially lower. By using standard gasket materials Baumer hhs has lowered the cost of production in this side panels.

Case study Checking Glue within Fold

Glue application with Baumer hhs application heads and controllers is very reliable. In some cases it makes sense, though, to check where glue has been applied and – on the other hand– whether glue can be found in forbidden areas. With increasing machine speed there is no chance anymore for manual glue control. Qulitiy control can be enhanced by sensors. Which sensor is the best depends on many factors. Besides from type of glue and your product, limiting factors could be size of machine and progress in the folding process.

Case study Envelopes

Gluing Envelopes - reliable gluing – optional quality assurance. Especially for manufacturing of envelopes Baumer hhs shows the process on screen. The control system combines glue application with glue monitoring and is equipped with a 2-step warning system: The first step is an optic alarm when glue is applied incorrectly, followed by ejection or spray marking of the faulty product when needed.

Case study Transformers for the world

Thanks to world-wide export and close ties with OEM`s, who sell machines almost anywhere, we can adapt our melters to a large range of local electrical power systems. Even small details such as the height of housing roots for U.S. deliveries are implemented. 3-phase autotransformers with up to 7 voltages allow for a flexible adaptation to international power supply.

Case study Monitoring of Corrugated Boxes

The blank is perfect, the optic impression very well. But still things can go wrong in processing of corrugated boxes: There is a diagonally fed blank. Or fragments of the blank cover the glue flap. Or the whole adhesive bond opens up with first use. Optic check instruments can foreclose any kind of trouble. Last but not least for this reason many customers -especially big brands - demand quality measures starting with placement of order. In the process the biggest risk at the end of the chain: in gluing and folding the box.

Case Study Transparent Folding Cartons

Within recent years the need for clear plastic packaging has risen significantly. High quality products are highlighted this way and can be seen directly, without opening the box. With clear packaging made from PP, PET or PVC there are very high requirements to the glue application, since the glue line is visible all the time. Baumer hhs has deep experience in this field for years. The range of PUR hotmelts have been further developed in recent years and we optimized our application systems at the same time.

Case Study Gash Prevention at Tins

When opening tins for example of peanuts, sharp edges may hurt users. To reduce the risk of gash, a line of glue is applied at the rated break point. It widens the edge and thus „disarms“ it. The lid is rotated within the machine. Then a line of glue is applied.

Case Study Monitoring of package inserts

Things can go wrong in processing of package inserts for Pharma products: When single sheets in English language are found in the French folding carton. Or after folding the package inserts open up again. Optic check instruments can foreclose any kind of trouble.
In the process the biggest risk is at the end of the chain: at the print finisher. Grab samples that may be adequate elsewhere, must be replaced by systematic verification. For this reason Baumer hhs systems combine application of glue- and folding aid with glue monitoring and code verification to a system with central administration.