Marbach has a reputation for offering the right solution for every requirement. It now lives up to this motto once more with its new die-cutting machine from Brausse. Because with it, Marbach will expand its competence as well as its range of services. This results in completely new possibilities for the Heilbronn-based cutting-die expert.
Jan Brunner, Head of Business Development at Marbach: “We have a lot of plans with our new die-cutting machine. We will expand the expertise of our employees even further. Step by step. Up to now we have been dependent on external programs in training our employees. Because of our own machine, we will be a lot more flexible in the future.”
Moreover, Marbach has planned a training center for its customers. So Marbach customers can not only order the appropriate tooling technologies in the future. But they can also benefit from the essential knowhow of this market leader. The planned trainings will be characterized by high practical relevance. The participants will also get many valuable tips and tricks to make their daily work much easier. Brunner: “We are currently working on a concept for the new Marbach training center. The first trainings should take place this later year.”
Marbach is one of a few cutting-die manufacturers that have their own die-cutting machine at their disposal. Besides internal and external trainings, Marbach is planning to use the Brausse 1060 ER for testing its latest innovations. In the past Marbach had to carry out these tests on customers' machines. Through the purchase of the Brausse 1060 ER, Marbach will be more flexible in the future and can test the results of its development activity on-site - quickly and in an uncomplicated manner.
Marbach introduced its innovation MT|easy speed at the K 2016. Since then various customers have switched to this technology. And they are delighted by the performance they achieve with MT|easy speed.
Marbach has implemented a new production process for the manufacture of rim-rolling screws for drinking cups. In the conventional process, rim-rolling screws were turned which limited flexibility concerning the contour. This flexibility however can be increased significantly through the milling process Marbach uses. With it, Marbach fulfils its motto “the right solution for every requirement” once more.
Marbach continues to invest in its machines. Since a Speedperformer KMD85 from Kiefel was installed in 2016, Marbach will soon expand its machine park even more. The Gabler M98 MAXX is the fourth Gabler machine that has been purchased by Marbach during the last years. A close partnership links Marbach and Gabler already since the 1980s.