BakeMax BMPS001 Double Pass Sheeter

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The BakeMax BMPS001 Heavy Duty Double Pass 20” Dough Sheeter is an efficient two stage machine featuring a front infeed and discharge. Ergonomic design makes it easy and simple to operate. Its powerful 1HP motor can sheet up to 600 pieces / hr and is great for Pizza, Dessert Pie Crusts, Pasta, Focaccia, Roti, Calzones, Flour Tortillas and Pita Bread.




  • Heavy duty design with flow through sheeting and automatic out feed belt

  • All-In-Front ergonomic designs saves on labor and space

  • Heat-treated steel alloy gear mechanism for extra durability

  • Adjustable handle controls output thickness with easy turn

  • Rolling thickness 0.04”- 0.8” (1-20 mm)

  • 4 rollers – 2 pass action front feed, will sheet up to 20” wide

  • Power out feed belt for fast exit of smaller products

  • Back cover opens to provide easy access to non-stick rollers for clearing of dough and for easy cleaning

  • Spring-loaded scrapers can be quickly and easily removed for changing.

  • Overload protection & safety device conform to health standards

  • Limited 1 year warranty



**Also available with red sides. Stock may vary when ordered. Please confirm with your dealer at time of purchase.

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What’s the difference between “single pass” and “double pass” dough sheeters?

Single pass sheeters send the dough through one set of rollers. They are typically less expensive to purchase, but it may take more passes through the machine to reach the desired dough thickness. Double pass sheeters send the dough through two sets of rollers. This allows the dough to reach the desired thickness with fewer passes through the machine and saving on labor.

Can I use cold dough with my sheeter?

Dough should be room temperature before passing though the dough sheeter. Cold dough it generally too stiff and hard on the machine. Causing it to wear out the rollers and gears much quicker.


Can dough sheeters be used with gluten free dough?

It is not recommended to use dough sheeters for gluten free dough because of they hydration level is too high. Having a higher hydration level makes it difficult to achieve good results. Starch based flours usually have a high water absorption capacity, which is what most of gluten free dough it made from.

Can you put fondant though a dough sheeter?

It is not recommended to pass fondant through dough sheeters as fondant is generally too sticky for the machine. You would need to use a sheeter made specifically for fondant.