Marbach Die Supplies not only supplies materials, but also machines for cutting-die production. One machine that significantly increases efficiency in diemaking is the mjet|1. This compact waterjet system cuts ejector rubbering automatically and with maximum precision.
André Angermeir, Sales Manager MDSA: "The mjet|1 is an absolute efficiency booster in cutting-die production. It takes over where rubber is traditionally cut with a plotter or by hand." With the mjet|1, standard parts such as ejector rubbers can be produced in parallel. This saves time and streamlines the entire process.
Angermeir continues: "The freely definable geometries of the rubber are read directly from the CAD data and cut out automatically. The powerful high-pressure pump generates the necessary pressure to ensure excellent cutting quality, while the highly dynamic drive of the mjet|1 ensures speed. The cutting speed is always based on the rubber material being processed."
But the small-format waterjet system is not only efficient. As the only waterjet machine in cutting-die production, its compact, fully encapsulated design also ensures safety in diemaking. The closed processing unit prevents the uncontrolled release of cutting vapors and the fine particles they contain. The mjet|1 is also very quiet, which reduces the impact on machine operators and production staff.
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.