Marbach Die Supplies has extended its portfolio. Up to now, Marbach has only offered conventional lower pins for the stripping process. As of now, Marbach will also supply its new, self-developed precision lower pin.
André Angermeir, Sales Manager Marbach Die Supplies: "To make the stripping process during packaging production stable and safe, lower pins are used. They fix the waste to be stripped during the stripping process, and ensure that it is guided downwards in a controlled manner. Worn components and greater tolerances of previously available lower pins, can interfere with the stripping process and lead to production interruptions during packaging production. But not with our new precision lower pins. They are made of top quality materials possessing high precision and able to be accurately positioned due to their narrow guide tolerances. A re-adjustment in the die-cutting machine is therefore not necessary."
Thus, the Marbach precision lower pins support a stripping process free of disturbances and waste. They are available in thicknesses of 2 mm and 4 mm.
For more than a year Marbach has had a tool in its portfolio that is used whenever customers do not want to use blanking for a job, but still value efficiency. The so-called universal sheet delivery is used in the upper part of a blanking station to perfectly stack die-cut sheets.
The tools from Marbach are known for their performance, and the split anvil is no exception. This is an intelligent solution for reducing make-ready times. It simplifies the set-up process for packaging with the tear-open function reverse-cutting.
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.