Marbach has expanded its machine park. Marbach has ordered a die-cutting machine from Brausse Europe. The Brausse 1060 ER will be delivered to Marbach in the summer.
Michael Münchow, Head of Sales at Brausse Europe: “We are very happy that we have found a partner such as Marbach that is market leader in the area of die-cutting technology. We have managed to secure Marbach as a partner through our top price-performance ratio. We are very proud of that and are looking forward to successful cooperation.”
The Brausse 1060 ER is a die-cutting machine with cutting, stripping and blanking stations. It processes paperboard between 80 to 1,600 g/qm as well as corrugated board up to 4 mm thick. The maximum sheet size is 1,060 x 750 mm.
Marbach marketing director Tina Dost: “We are looking forward to the Brausse 1060 ER and the opportunities that come with it. We were able to impress visitors at the Marbach and Brausse Innovation Days in March 2017, by showing how well Brausse machines harmonize with Marbach tools.”
Marbach will not only expand its training division with the new die-cutting machine but also test innovations on-site. This will shorten the time-to-market time-frame. So Marbach innovations will reach the customers much faster.
Marbach has a new technology in its portfolio. The universal sheet delivery is a tool with which sheet delivery in the die-cutting machine can be extended so that the delivery of the paperboard sheets can be quickly and easily adapted to each individual job.
Marbach Werkzeugbau is currently working intensively on the topics of digitization and industry 4.0. The main focus here is on digital solutions for tools, processes and services. Within the scope of this project, Marbach has analyzed the future requirements of its customers. The results of this are the two components CONNECT|M and CONNECT|AR (Augmented Reality). CONNECT|M is a technology that intelligently connects the thermoforming tool, Marbach and the customer. CONNECT|AR is about virtual customer support via remote maintenance.
Marbach offers an extensive portfolio of dieboards. The suitable dieboard can be selected according to the requirements of the customer or the particular order. The dieboard forms the basis of a cutting-die. The contours of the packaging are first inserted into the dieboard, then the cutting and creasing rules are positioned and finally the appropriate rubber coating is applied.
Through its Die Supplies & Automation (MDS&A) division Marbach sells machines to die-makers. In addition to laser systems and water jet systems, Marbach has milling machines in its portfolio. The mgrav|2 is its most successful milling machine.