Automatic cigarette rolling machines work by placing cigarette paper in the cigarette tube and inserting tobacco on top of the paper. The machine then tightly rolls the paper around the tobacco automatically and attaches the cigarette to the filter.
Users should put enough tobacco in the corners of the tobacco chamber to avoid any jams caused by an empty space near the front of the filter. Automatic cigarette machines use power from an electrical outlet and do not require manual labor to turn the handle and roll the cigarette as manual machines require.
Automatic cigarette rolling machines work best when users do not over pack the cigarette tube with tobacco. Users should use the recommended amount of tobacco to avoid any problems caused by over packing or under packing the machine. They should inspect the cigarette tube carefully and insert it correctly to avoid any tearing or ripping during injection.
Automatic cigarette rolling machines require periodic maintenance to eliminate tobacco residue from jamming the cigarette tube. Users can wipe away excess tobacco with their fingers or a microfiber cloth. Some automatic cigarette rolling machines are equipped with a storage tin to store the tobacco or rolled cigarettes to maintain freshness.