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GB Boucherie nv
8870 Izegem (Belgium)
: +32 51 312 141
: +32 51 305 446
company has provided advanced technology to manufacturers worldwide for over
The Boucherie company was
founded in 1928
as a manufacturer of machines for making brooms and household and industrial brushes. We have grown to become one of the worlds largest suppliers of automated brush manufacturing machines.
In 1960 we formed a separate division for the manufacture of
and have become a leader in the manufacture of
molds for multi-component
consumer and medical products. We hold patents on a variety of multi-component mold principles and have in excess of 500 multi-component molds operating world wide.
In 1978 we delivered our first
production line. Today, Boucherie is a highly respected global manufacturer of leading technology toothbrush production cells and we continue to release new and innovative technology to support today’s unique toothbrush designs.
We believe in vertical integration and have developed a very large and state-of-the-art machine shop to support our machine and mold building requirements. That capability, coupled with our engineering resources, make us uniquely qualified to support the needs of our customers.
Our product line includes:
Our primary manufacturing location in Izegem, Belgium, is supported by offices and service centers in the United States, Colombia, India and China and by dedicated representatives at strategic locations around the world.
Please browse our web site segments tailored to:
Injection Mold Technology
to see how our machines and molds can improve your manufacturing processes.
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Higher output for TB3 machines
After extensive testing in production circumstances, Boucherie is proud to announce that from now, TB3 type toothbrush machines can be delivered that run at up to
1000 tufts per minute
New electronics allow faster positioning speeds, and re-engineering of the filling tool drive systems has lead to higher running speed and still lower vibration.