Marbach uses numerous dieboards for its cutting-dies. Depending on the requirements of the order, suitable dieboard material is selected in coordination with the customer. For high demands on the dimensional stability and service life of a tool, the Marbach portfolio includes various dimensionally stable dieboards.
The dieboard forms the basis of a cutting-die. First of all, the contours of the packaging layouts are inserted into it, then knives, scorers and perforations are mounted and finally suitable rubbering is applied.
Marbach Sales Manager Bernhard Reisser: "Depending on requirements dieboards are made of different materials. For standard requirements wooden dieboards such as multiplex or the Marbach greenplate are available. For higher requirements we recommend dimensionally stable dieboards. These are characterized by their durability and precision during die-cutting. Due to the choice of material and their structure, they are designed to remain dimensionally stable even under hygroscopic and strong climatic influences."
Dieboard Marbach solidplate
The Marbach solidplate is the entry-level model in the class of dimensionally stable dieboards. The solidplate is based on two steel plates which are mounted on a Marbach greenplate core. Due to the steel surface, this design - besides the dimensional stability - allows a quick and easy rubber change. Repeated reknifing is possible.
The duramar dieboard combines glass-fibre strengthened plastic with steel plates. Depending on the combination of these elements, different versions of the duramar dieboard are possible: eco, plus and performance. The duramar dieboards are not hygroscopic. They are characterized by their high dimensional stability and extremely long service life. They can be re-sized frequently and have an immense fitting accuracy, even with large machine formats.
The aluminium dieboard is used for very special requirements. Since it is not only stable, but also possesses high thermal conductivity. This makes it ideally suited as a heatable dieboard. Above all for die-cutting plastic, but also for jobs where hygiene regulations have to be met.
Reisser continues: "Our dimensionally stable dieboards are as individual as the needs of our customers. Depending on the layout, run size and packaging requirements, we work together with our customers to select the right dieboard for optimum die-cutting results and maximum performance in the production of the packaging."
Thus, Marbach customers can always be sure that they have the perfectly fitting tool for their requirements in use.
Special situations require special actions. In view of current events, we are intensively engaged in the question of how we can support facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes, etc., but also how we can protect our employees. In addition to door handle hooks for employees, which we manufacture ourselves at our Heilbronn site and which are already actively in use, we are currently producing special face shields which are used in hospitals.
Marbach employs 1,500 people worldwide. As an employer Marbach attaches great importance to the health of its employees. Therefore, the company decided to offer its employees attractive bicycle leasing in 2017 at its headquarter in Heilbronn. Recently the 150th bicycle has been leased from Marbach.
Marbach is known in the market for providing individual solutions. So far, manual top knives have not been part of Marbach's portfolio. However, as customer requirements for high-precision manual top knives have become more and more demanding, Marbach has intensively dealt with this topic. The result is tools manufactured in a new production process which optimally meets customer requirements for more precision.
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.