Marbach Die Supplies & Automation has hit the nail on the head with its mlas|compact-2 laser system. It combines speed, cutting quality and user-friendliness in one single machine.
Thomas Kandlbinder, Head of Marbach Die Supplies & Automation: "The mlas|compact-2 is currently our most successful laser system. Thanks to its portal design and flying optics, it requires surprisingly small footprint. It is very versatile and powerful, cutting wood and steel. The special precision cutting head ensures speed and best cutting quality. The mlas|compact-2 is an extremely low-maintenance machine as the mechanical components are equipped with an automatic lubrication system. It also impressive due to its user-friendliness. Our customers who use the mlas|compact|2 are totally impressed."
The table size of the Marbach laser is 1,500 x 2,200 mm. The mlas|compact-2 can be equipped with a laser source of 1,500 to 2,500 Watt - depending on the customer's requirements. The integrated remote maintenance ensures production reliability and machine availability.
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.
Marbach will participate in the digital drupa 2021. After the organizer, Messe Duesseldorf, cancelled drupa 2021 due to the current unforeseeable pandemic situation, the originally planned on-site exhibition will be replaced by a 4-day online program. This online event will take place from April 20-23, 2021.