RSC case erectors are machines that are used to automatically assemble corrugated boxes. There are two main types of RSC case erectors: left hand and right hand. The difference between the two types is the direction in which the boxes are assembled.
Left hand RSC case erectors assemble boxes from the left side to the right. When in knocked down from, left hand RSCs have the major panel on the left side when the cases graphics are oriented left side up:
Right hand RSC case erectors, on the other hand, assemble boxes from the right side to the left. When in knocked down form, right hand RSCs have the major panel on the right side when the cases graphics are oriented right side up:
The type of RSC case erector that you need will depend on the direction in which you want the boxes to be assembled. If you want the boxes to be assembled from the left side to the right, then you will need a left hand RSC case erector. If you want the boxes to be assembled from the right side to the left, then you will need a right hand RSC case erector.
It is important to note that not all RSC case erectors are created equal. Some erectors are more versatile than others and can be used to assemble both left hand and right hand boxes. However, if you know which type of box you need to assemble, then it is best to choose an erector that is specifically designed for that type of box.
At Paxiom, we can assist you in every step of the process to make sure you get the case erector that is perfect for your product and automation line. This will save you time and money, and it will help you to improve your overall production process.