Marbach Werkzeugbau tested the world's currently largest tool for coffee capsules on its new Gabler M98 Maxx thermoforming machine for the first time. The tests were carried out in the Marbach technical centre in Heilbronn.
The market for coffee capsules is booming. Always higher, always faster, always further. That is the motto. In cooperation with the company Gabler, the Heilbronn-based specialist for thermoforming tools recently tested the world's largest tool for coffee capsules. General Sales Manager Hubert Kittelmann: "Even special functions in the upper and lower tool could be confidently handled. Designed for seamless integration into the world of industry 4.0, the tool has sensors that monitor all process parameters in real time through a modern system from the company Toolvision."
The tests carried out show that Marbach is well prepared for the future.
Marbach Werkzeugbau is looking forward to the upcoming K fair in Düsseldorf. This will take place from 16 to 23 October 2019. Marbach will be represented with a 94 m² stand and will present its new products to the visitors of this important plastics fair.
Marbach will take part in the Night of Apprenticeship in Heilbronn on the 26th of September 2019. On this day young people will be able to experience Marbach under the motto "Pack the world. With an apprenticeship at Marbach." Potential apprentices will be able to inform themselves about apprenticeships and studies offered at Marbach and also get to know the company.
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