A mask making machine is a device used to produce face masks on a commercial scale. It can be designed to automatically cut, shape, and assemble different layers of materials, such as non-woven fabrics, melt-blown fabrics, and nose clips, into finished face masks of various types, including surgical masks, N95 masks, and cloth masks. The machine typically includes a raw material feeding system, a mask forming station, an earloop welding station, a nose clip installing station, and a finished product output system. These machines are commonly used by mask manufacturers to produce large quantities of masks efficiently and rapidly in response to demand from various sectors, including healthcare, industries, and the general public.

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