Under the name Marbach Automation & Service, the Heilbronn-based cutting-die manufacturer supplies customers worldwide with machines and devices for die-making. Some time ago, and with huge success, Marbach introduced to the market its new plotter for ejection rubber. Marbach now has further refined the mplot.
Head of Sales Marbach Automation & Service Samuel Vial: “For its development, we took note of the requirements of our customers and reflected on how to implement them in the best possible way. The result of our months of development work is astounding: the new mplot is even more efficient. Faster. And the cutting quality is even better.”
The mplot is a cutting plotter that cuts ejection rubber with an oscillating knife. For the further development of the mplot, Marbach relies on a new knife geometry. Therefore the cutting results will become even better from now on. Moreover the new tool head and the stronger drive engine will make the mplot even more efficient.
Vial continues: “The mplot cuts the ejection rubber very quickly due to its technical features. It is highly efficient. And it is characterized by a very good ROI. The new mplot provides the operator with a lot of performance for little money.”
The optimized mplot is now available at Marbach.
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