Marbach now uses a new jogger for its blanking tools, which significantly increases process reliability in the blanking station, especially when die-cutting small blanks. A great advantage for Marbach customers.
In practice, problems repeatedly arise during stacking when blanking small ups, as there is no room for the use of a non-stop rack. Although there are already solutions on the market, the design of these joggers still poses a risk of twisting blanks. To avoid this in the future, Marbach has developed a solution for this specific problem. Through specially developed joggers, twisting of the blanks is prevented during the blanking process. This increases process stability.
Sascha Wormser, Marbach developer: "Our new joggers are very slim and thus save space. Due to their special design on one level, the blanks are completely guided during stacking. As a result, the blanks are neatly stacked and optimally prepared for further processing. Due to the small space requirement, the use of a non-stop rack can in most cases be ensured."
The new joggers are used at Marbach depending on the layout of the particular order.
Marbach has become increasingly successful with its high-performance rotary die marbaspeed|r. Since the introduction of this tool, more than 5,000 dies have been sold.
Marbach is on course for further expansion. In addition to its activities in Mexico, China and the USA, Marbach is expanding its capacities in Poland. After two Polish plants were established in Tarnowskie Góry and Kielce with a total of 175 employees, a new plant in Poznań with 50 employees has been added.
With its Marbach Die Supplies & Automation (MDS&A) division, Marbach sells machines to die-makers. With its systems mlas|compact-1 and mlas|compact-2 Marbach offers powerful laser systems for different requirements.