Pre roll filling machine


#1

So we tried so many filling machines. Does anyone know of which is the best? The vibration table with the 85 king size comes works decent but u still have to pack it down and twist takes about an hour to do 85. We are looking for a machine that we don’t have to pack down just take out and twist does anyone have recommendations? And if so have you used them before


#2

Let me know!


#3

Do you have machines?


#4

nah but we want to get one


#5

Do you have machines?


#6

The futurola knockbox looks good. we might grab one up but before we do we’re looking to see if anyone knew if a good one.


#7

I noticed we had a processor in solitary today…running the futurola knock-box on his own for 8hrs (at a guess, I didn’t check but twice).

I can certainly get you real world numbers. I’m pretty sure it’s load, press, twist.

edit: see post by @AK0YEH below. Apparently it was only 4hrs in solitary…


#8

That wiiid be great to know. So they still have to pack it down before the twist? How many does he do in an 8gr shift? Thanks bro


#9

I have been told by other processors that the knockbox isn’t much better than a standard smokcones machine. The bottleneck is not as much filling the joints with herb, as much as it is twisting, packaging and labeling them.

If you wanted a budget version, you can find concrete motors on Amazon which provide a vibrating base for a small table, and you can even make something that sits on top to hold the joints for probably $200. Otherwise, the smoke cones setup is about $1200. Knockbox is about $3k

http://www.smokecones.com/Electric-Vibration-Cones-Filling-Machines_c_21.html


#10

I have the same one off another website for like 1100 but I still have to pack it down a little before we can twist. I herd with the knock box you can just twist there’s no packing it down a little. And we don’t fold them down ( Dutch crown style ) because we then oil and kief them. So we hold the twist too instead of the mouth peace and it also smoke better with the pack and twist.


#11

Yes, you still have to pack the pre-rolls, but we do not twist, we fold and press the tops making a concave depression at the tip. It saves a bit of time, assists with the packing of the joint, helps it light better, and looks way more professional. How many finished in a day depends on whether the pre-rolls need to be packaged and labeled. Yesterday on the Futurola that Cyclopath mentioned, the individual finished a bit over 350 in 4 hours without packaging or labeling. A team with four people should be able to get at least 1000 packed, folded, tubed, and labeled within an 8 hour day.


#12

I have a futurola knockbox barely used along with 47000 cones, 5 cases of kings and 5 cases of slims.
Liquidation the entire package for $5500.00 Plus shipping


#13

I have a NEW never used Futurola Knockbox 2 door sale $3,500. Shipping not included, located just outside Seattle. info@seedscience.net


#14

Hey there! My friends and I are actually working on a prototype for a fully automatic pre-rolling machine that packs tight and then puts the preroll into a standard tube. The only thing is that I am pretty sure it would cost a ton already spent like $30k in R&D…How many of these things do you think we could sell to bring the cost down? I’m thinking maybe 100 in total of all the legal states?


#15

When painting and throwing kief on the joints, what is the best way?