Marbach is still on the path to success with its premium stripping tool, the masterstrip|plate. During the last months this special stripping technology has significantly increased its percentage share of sales in all stripping tools. But why has this Marbach technology become so popular?
Jan Brunner, Head of Business Development at Marbach: “In our opinion, stripping by setting lower pins generally takes a backseat. This is also because die-cutting machines can and should run at higher speeds. With this, stripping with lower pins reaches its limits. The trend is increasingly moving towards dynamic stripping. And with high demands on waste-freeness and machine speeds, the masterstrip|plate is the tool many of our customers choose.”
The male stripper of the masterstrip|plate is equipped with a presser plate and a special sheet lifter. The presser plate straightens the sheet and ensures that the waste is fixed equally during the stripping process. The sheet lifter marbafly supports the smooth transport of the paperboard sheet during the stripping process. So it not only becomes safe with regard to machine stops, but can achieve very high machine speeds and almost waste-free production.
Marbach has a new technology in its portfolio. The universal sheet delivery is a tool with which sheet delivery in the die-cutting machine can be extended so that the delivery of the paperboard sheets can be quickly and easily adapted to each individual job.
Marbach Werkzeugbau is currently working intensively on the topics of digitization and industry 4.0. The main focus here is on digital solutions for tools, processes and services. Within the scope of this project, Marbach has analyzed the future requirements of its customers. The results of this are the two components CONNECT|M and CONNECT|AR (Augmented Reality). CONNECT|M is a technology that intelligently connects the thermoforming tool, Marbach and the customer. CONNECT|AR is about virtual customer support via remote maintenance.
Marbach offers an extensive portfolio of dieboards. The suitable dieboard can be selected according to the requirements of the customer or the particular order. The dieboard forms the basis of a cutting-die. The contours of the packaging are first inserted into the dieboard, then the cutting and creasing rules are positioned and finally the appropriate rubber coating is applied.
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.