Marbach Die Supplies has launched a new hand-held tool. The multifunctional device mcut|multi cuts rule materials quickly and without deformation. It allows optimal cutting-die tool preparation for production use.
Marbach Sales Manager MDS&A André Angermeir: "The mcut|multi is an indispensable hand-held device for tool preparation. It combines the functionality of 3 devices in one: with it the user can cut rule materials to length, notch, and cut hooks. And all this in a single device. This makes our new mcut|multi a true all-rounder. Customers who have used the first models are delighted with their functionality and the small space required for it. The perfect installation place for it is directly at the processing machine, so that production can continue quickly."
The mcut|multi is suitable for rule materials with a thickness of 2pt to 4pt. It has a digital anchor point. Its robust body is complemented by regrindable cutting elements made of special steel. This ensures maximum precision cutting and a long service life.
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.