Through its Marbach Die Supplies & Automation (MDS&A) division, Marbach sells machines to die-makers. The currently most successful laser system in Marbach's portfolio is the mlas|compact-2.
Thomas Kandlbinder, Head of Automation & Service at Marbach: "The mlas|compact-2 is our most successful laser system due to its many positive features. It is versatile and powerful, cuts wood and steel with perfect parameters. The special precision cutting head with a new type of guidance not only cuts very quickly but also with the highest accuracy, thus delivering the best cutting results. The mlas|compact-2 is extremely low-maintenance as the mechanical components are equipped with an automated lubrication system."
The table size of the Marbach laser is 1,500 x 2,200 mm. For this format, the Marbach machine requires surprisingly little floor space due to its portal design and flying optics. Depending on customer requirements, the mlas|compact-2 can be equipped with a laser source from 1,500 to 2,500 watts. Integrated remote maintenance ensures production reliability and machine availability.
Marbach is offering a special tool for the quick set-up of embossing plates on embossing dies under the name Embossing Register System IV. With this tool users save time when setting up an embossing die and so reduce machine downtimes.
For several months now Marbach has been offering a new technology in its portfolio under the name of: Universal Sheet Delivery. After the great success of the Universal Sheet Delivery in the 102-106 format, Marbach now also offers this tool for large die-cutting machines in 142-145 format.
The Egyptian subsidiary Marbach celebrates its 25th anniversary. The Marbach Group was founded in 1923 as a 3-man business. To begin with it supplied mainly the domestic advertising and packaging industry. Marbach then began a process of internationalization in 1984. In 1995 Marbach started a joint venture in Egypt.