Marbach has recently presented its new technology designed to reduce the make-ready times for reverse cutting. Over the past few months, this has become more and more popular on the market under the name of "height-adjustable anvil".
Marketing Manager Tina Dost: "By using the reverse-cutting technology, packaging can be equipped with a tear-open mechanism. Highest precision is essential for reverse cutting, as the paperboard or corrugated board is not cut right through, but only scored from both sides. The reverse-cutting technology must work perfectly to ensure optimal functioning of the opening mechanism."
With the height-adjustable anvil, Marbach customers can quickly and easily adjust the height of the anvils of their cutting-die by placing foil underneath. Each block can be individually set-up and thus optimally adjusted. This ensures flawlessly functioning opening mechanisms and sales-boosting packaging at the point of sale.
Dost continues: "Our customers benefit from reduced make-ready times, functional packaging and easy handling when using height-adjustable anvils."
This is why more and more customers have been using the new Marbach technology in recent months.
Marbach has decided to cooperate with laser solutions specialist Cutlite Penta. In a development cooperation, Marbach will work with Cutlite Penta to create an optimized laser program that will meet the Marbach Group's high demands for laser systems.
The portfolio of Marbach Die Supplies (MDS) includes machines, equipment as well as materials for diemaking. However, MDS does not only supply diemakers, but also packaging manufacturers with materials for daily needs as well as equipment and machines for the diecutting environment. One of the latest additions to the portfolio are the mbench|smart and mbench|pro workbenches.
Marbach supplies packaging manufacturers of folding boxes and corrugated packaging with tools and also offers them a wide range of die-cutting services. In this context, the topic of digitalization and Industry 4.0 is an important part of the current development work - both in tooling technology and in the services of the corporate group. However, not only Marbach's portfolio is becoming increasingly digital, but also its communication.