The globally active die-maker Marbach now has added a new technology to its portfolio that allows customers to calibrate their die-cutting machines themselves. This ensures perfect interaction between the individual stations of the die-cutting machine and all upper and lower tools. For maximum performance in packaging production.
Jan Brunner, Head of Business Development at Marbach: "If the individual stations and the upper and lower tool parts in a die-cutting machine are not perfectly synchronized, time-consuming set-up processes are inevitable. Our solution: the calibration tool. This sets a die-cutting machine to 0 and calibrates all stations perfectly to each other. This increases process reliability in the overall process and significantly reduces set-up times for each individual job."
The tools from Marbach are known for their performance, and the split anvil is no exception. This is an intelligent solution for reducing make-ready times. It simplifies the set-up process for packaging with the tear-open function reverse-cutting.
Speed and zero waste. These are the two criteria that a modern rotary die must meet in the production of corrugated packaging. And it must not only crease and die-cut, but also fulfill the function of stripping waste. No easy task.
Marbach Die Supplies liefert alle Materialien, die ein Stanzformenbauer benötigt. Einer der Power seller des Materiallieferanten ist die Spezialgummierung flexpower. Dieses Material eignet sich für den Einsatz auf flachen und rotativen Stanzformen für die Herstellung von Wellpappe-Verpackungen.
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.