Through its Die Supplies & Automation (MDS&A) division Marbach sells machines to die-makers. In addition to laser systems and water jet systems, Marbach has milling machines in its portfolio. The mgrav|2 is its most successful milling machine.
Team Leader Sales Die Supplies & Automation, Benjamin Borzer: "The mgrav|2 is convincing due to its versatility and precision. It mills wood, steel and pertinax. The special software is optimized for cutting-die production. Together with a modern touch panel, this ensures intuitive and straightforward control by the machine operator. The high-performance milling spindle ensures high-precision milling results. And not forgetting the absolute eye-catcher: an integrated LED light indicates the current process status of the machine in various colors during milling. This allows the machine operator to see at a glance the current status of the mgrav|2."
The mgrav|2 has a working range of 1,640 x 1,100 mm. It is equipped with a 10-fold tool changing system and can be remotely controlled via Teamviewer if required. Borzer continues: "The use of the mgrav|2 ensures greatest flexibility and top performance for the operator."
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.