Industrial cigarette and cigar making machines are designed to mass produce cigarettes and cigars. These machines can churn out tens of thousands of cigarettes or cigars per hour. They typically have a large hopper that holds the tobacco leaves, and a series of rollers that compress the tobacco leaves into a uniform shape. The cigarettes or cigars are then cut to size and packaged for sale.

Cigarette and cigar making machines have been responsible for injuries in the workplace. These injuries can be caused by a variety of factors, including poorly designed machines, improper maintenance, and operator error. Improperly designed machines can cause workers to be injured by sharp edges, moving parts, or hot surfaces. Poorly maintained machines can also be dangerous, as they may not function properly or may be missing safety features. Operator error is another common cause of injury, as workers may not understand how to properly use the machine or may not follow safety procedures.

If you have been injured by a cigarette or cigar making machine, it is important to contact an experienced attorney. These machines are complex and dangerous, and can cause severe injuries if they are not used properly. An attorney can help you determine whether you have a case against the manufacturer of the machine, and can help you get the compensation you deserve.