Marbach Tool Manufacturing will take part in the ThinWall Asia on the 18th and 19th of September 2017 in Singapur. At this conference the global 'who is who' in plastic thin-wall packaging will meet. In presentations, workshops and discussions, important trends and developments will be demonstrated to visitors. Marbach will be present with a table-top stand and will introduce its newest developments from the area of thermoforming. Marbach Director of Sales Asia Thomas Reinhardt. “The ThinWall Asia is one of the important events in the Asian region when it comes to thin-wall packaging. We are looking forward to welcoming large numbers of visitors.”
Marbach has recently added a special high-speed tool for flat die-cutting to its portfolio: the marbaspeed cutting-die for corrugated board. This new Marbach tool has been catching on more and more in the market. It is characterized by its being equipped with a new type of rubber: Marbach flexpower. Initially only used for rotary tools, flexpower has been applied to flat tools for the corrugated board industry since earlier this year. With increasing success. More and more customers order their tool in this special version “marbaspeed”.
Marbach introduced its optimized blanking technology at the beginning of the year. Since then all upper marbablankers from Marbach are equipped with the new long-life component marbapusher|p. As a result customers are very pleased with the increased flexibility and productivity in their blanking process. The marbapusher|p is available exclusively from Marbach.
Marbach not only delivers cutting-dies, but also materials and tools for print shops.
Nicks ensure a smooth transport of sheets through the die-cutting machine. They should however distract as little as possible from the appearance. That’s why packaging producers always try to have as few and small nicks as possible. Nicks play an even greater role in producing a packaging blank. Because transport nicks affect the performance of the production process. And as a result machine speeds. Waste nicks are largely responsible for the waste-free quality of the produced blank.
More than a year ago Marbach launched its new blanking technology on the market. It has established itself more and more during the last months. Over 100 customers worldwide already use the new Marbach technologies marbablanker and lightblanker as the standard. And this number is continuously increasing.