Concha Production Line
Positions the dough ball as it continues to shape.
Press Roller with Oil Spray
Cookie Dough Depositor
Round “pasta” is deposited and positioned on the dough ball.
Press Roller with Flour Duster
Press the surface lightly as it dusts with flour.
Stamping Divice 2 Rows
Stamps the “pasta” accurately to conclude process.
Concha is a traditional Mexican confection. Cookie dough called “Pasta” is layered over sweet bread dough, then formed into a seashell and baked. Shops display varicolored rows of yellow, white, and pink Conchas, and the local people love to eat them.
Each row is independently position-controlled using sensors. The sensors precisely detect the flow of the dough, which is covered at the optimum position for each row and then formed using the stamper.