APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR ARRANGING PLAQUES INTO THE SAME ORIENTATION

2005-3-30
The plaque composing apparatus, the subject matter of the invention, provides composition, on a tray, of plaques, the inferior and superior surfaces of which look different, and which are used as flooring and covering material, in a manner that the identical surfaces of all are above. Plaques are poured, in a disorganized way, into the magazine (1) of the plaque composing apparatus, the subject of the invention, and the apparatus corrects the plaques taken from the magazine and composes (1) them on trays (15).

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U. M. Leloğlu, “APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR ARRANGING PLAQUES INTO THE SAME ORIENTATION,” 00, 2005.