Whereas the existing technology necessitates 8 to 10 operations to produce a roll, the present invention has 2 to 3 operations only. The bandage cloth received from the supplier is to be placed in front of the machine and its free end is fed into the rolling system through the feeding sub assembly and over the width controller mechanism. The roll of a specified length is produced by driving the pulley.
The required length is set in the tachometer. This machine can be used to manufacture international standard rolls of any specified length and width, without any drudgery unlike the limitations of the existing process in which the width is stretched manually, while the cloth is in motion.