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Paper nets are a must in Mcdonalds.

Paper nets are a must in Mcdonalds

Boxes for Big Mac and potatoes familiar to everyone from childhood, a glass for Coca-Cola is also made from paper nets.

 

 

Paper nets are a must in Mcdonalds

Of course, we all pay attention to the bright, colorful packaging, but do not even think that we have nothing more than a neatly cut and folded sheet of cardboard.
True, all the work on the production of packaging is done by machines or the entire production lines of machine tools. For with what amazing speed they do it!

At the first stage, the printing press applies a pattern to a piece of cardboard. The next machine cuts the net of the box exactly along the contour and applies the fold lines.
1. paper net for box Big Mac
2. paper net for box Big Mac
 
The automatic line then bends the petals, puts glue in the right place, and collects the box.
3. paper net for box Big Mac
4. paper net for box Big Mac
 
A similar sequence of operations creates a box for McDonald's french fries:
1. paper net for free fries
2. paper net for free fries
3. paper net for free fries
 

 
To build a paper cup of stringent requirements. After all, it should be a drink, and the glass should remain tight.
But the principle of its assembly from this does not change much, as at the base continues to be a sheet of cardboard:
1. paper net for cup
2. paper net for cup
 
3. paper net for cup
4. paper net for cup
 
Video film - paper cups production:

 

Video film - production of large cardboard boxes:

 
Observing the work of assembly lines, one might get the impression that working with paper nets is only machine work. Have machines completely supplanted humans?
No! No one can replace the person creating and designing the shape net for any package.
Only now human labor is aimed at creating a prototype of packaging and programming an automatic line for its mass production:

 

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