CIG rolling machine
When shopping for a, you are faced with many different types and styles. So which one do you choose? Well, that depends on a lot of factors. How many cigarettes a day are you planning on making? How fast do you want to make the cigarettes? How easy do you want the cigarette making process to be? These are some of the questions you'll have to know the answer to so you can make an educated choice. First, we'll start with the different types and styles of cigarette rolling machines.
Electric and manual are the two main types of cigarette rolling machines. The electric type has an auger and spoon fed style. The manual type has a spood fed style.
Auger styles use a spring that rotates and is located at the bottom of a tobacco hopper. With this style, you generally slide a on the sleeve and turn the machine on. As the auger spring rotates, it transfers the tobacco into the cigarette tube. This style is exclusive to electric types and usually has adjustment settings such as density and speed. This is the least reliable of all the styles because the auger spring can sometimes cut up the tobacco a little too fine during the process of packing the cigarette tubes. The result can be tobacco that won't stay in the cigarette tube very well due to being cut too fine.
Spoon fed styles have a long, half circle spoon that is 2-4 inches in length and almost the same width as a cigarette tube. This spoon sits at the bottom of the tobacco chamber and will slide the tobacco up into your cigarette tube as the machine is engaged. This style is available on both the manual and electric types of . This style is very reliable, easy to use and will make great cigarettes.