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Everyone loves a good Pre-Rolled Cone. Plain and simple. However, not every one loves rolling said cone.
Thankfully, that is no longer an issue.
The good folks at JWare have been producing Cone Filling Units for over two decades. With a simple, easy-to-use design, they have alleviated the hassle that comes with filling multiple joints at once. Available in three sizes, JWare Cone Filling Units allow dispensaries or retail stores to offer their guests small, medium and large pre-rolls. The JWare Cone Filler allows you to roll 34 pre-rolled cones at once. It’s great for saving time, and is ideal for businesses and individuals needing to roll large numbers of pre-rolled cones at the same time.
• These JWare Cone Filling Machine come in 84mm, 98mm and 109mm sizes.
• Rolls 34 Cones at a time
• Saves Time, perfect for business use, or individuals needing to fill many cones quickly
As with anything new, there is a slight learning curve, but I’ll walk you through the process step by step!
Step 1: Prepare your work space
A clean and tidy work space is a major key! Make sure your area is clean and organized!
Step 2: Prepare your material
Most importantly, make sure you have some fresh material to work with. Avoid anything dry and stemmy, they tend to tear the papers and that’s never good. Personally I use a coffee grinder to get the right consistency. Not too fine, not too chunky! Of course, you can dial this in over time but it is key that you don’t over-grind your material!
Step 3: Ready your cones
Most cone boxes will come stacked and ready to be dropped into place into the holes in the Cone Filling Unit! Remove the lid from the filling unit and put it to the side (you’re going to need it again towards the end)!
Step 4: Drop cones into holes
Drop the cones one by one into the holes. I always try and make sure there is no wrinkles or kinks in the cones as I’m dropping them into place. Also, be sure to avoid leaving space between the cone and the wall of the hole.
Step 5: Begin filling!
Add small handfuls of material to the top of the Filling Unit (I recommend using gloves). Distribute your material evenly as to avoid filling one side faster than the other. You’re going to want to do this process in layers. One by one.
Step 6: Pack your cones
This part is super important! After your first layer is filler, use a pencil or pen (or any cylindrical item) to pack the material to the base of the mouthpiece. Failing to adhere to this will result in floppy, uneven joints. So avoid yourself the frustration and learn from my mistake.
Step 7: LAYERS ARE IMPORTANT
Seriously, I can’t stress this enough. Be sure when you’re filling the cones with material, you fill them evenly, then pack them! You’re going to want to repeat this method numerous times to achieve optimal tightness of your pre-rolls! Remember, layers are important!
Step 8: Check your work
Once you’ve filled and packed all your cones, take a second look and be sure everything looks tight and right! This is the best time to finish any last minute filling or packing!
Step 9: Remove your cones
As I mentioned in Step 3, now is the time to bring your Filling Unit lid back into your workspace. Insert the lid into the bottom of the Filling Unit (you’ll see the spot) to pop the cones out of the slots! Insert each cone into our Child Resistant Tubes and you’re almost done!
Step 10: ENJOY!
Now you’re ready to enjoy pre-rolls faster and easier than ever! Time is money and we’ve got none to waste!
For more information and visual reference, check out our video on YouTube!
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