With its innovation pure edge Marbach ensures satisfaction of packaging manufacturers and brand owners. This technology stands for beautiful visible edges for corrugated board packaging and so for sales-boosting presentation of branded products at the point of sale. In addition, pure edge impresses with its durability and permanently consistent die-cutting results.
Beautiful visible edges for corrugated board packaging
Sales manager Silvio Gruber: "The sales figures of pure edge confirm that we are on the right track. And the trend towards high-quality corrugated board packaging is growing more and more. Using conventional cutting-dies often leads to lint and angel hairs on visible edges. This rarely satisfies the high demands of brand owners for the sales-boosting presentation of their products." With pure edge, the demands of brand owners for visually appealing packaging are fully met, since imprints and linting are now a thing of the past.
Durable and efficient tools
Packaging manufacturers also benefit from the new Marbach technology. With pure edge, the conventional effect-rubber coating along cutting lines is replaced by steel hold-down devices. Gruber continues: "Rubber wears out over time, the cutting results deteriorate, resulting in linting. With pure edge this does not happen. Because the steel design significantly increases durability and reduces wear and tear to a minimum."
The result is not only efficiency in packaging production, but also permanently beautiful visible edges in produced packaging.
Marbach not only manufactures tools for flat die-cutting machines, but also for rotary die-cutting machines. For rotary die-cutting of corrugated board, the trend is towards the use of rotary machines with active stripping technology. Marbach has developed specially equipped rotary tools for this purpose, which ensure high productivity on such machines.
Marbach offers a very extensive portfolio of cutting-dies. Marbach also produces tools for die-cutting very thick materials such as honeycomb corrugated board. Such materials place very special demands on the technology used.
Silvio Gruber, who has been responsible for the corrugated board division at Marbach, has gone into well-earned retirement shortly before Christmas. Until his recent retirement, Mr. Gruber worked for Marbach in various management positions for a period of 37 years.