Nick-breaking. A new technology. That allows blanking without problems. For small cards with a double knife.
Jan Brunner, Head of Business Development at Marbach: “Small blanks with double knife in both directions often cause problems. The cards twist during the blanking process. Or tilt. Simply because they are too short or too narrow. That’s why they can’t drop without twisting. This happens on a regular basis. In die-cutting credit cards. Packaging for tooth brushes. Or eyeliner. With our nick-breaking technology, we have a simple and uncomplicated solution for this problem. So we provide our customers with the best performance in the blanking process.”
In our nick-breaking tools, the punches in the male blanker are replaced by special pins. These are positioned in a way that the nicks can be separated specifically and in a controlled manner. So the ups fall down vertically. Without twisting. Or tilting. This allows significantly faster machine speeds in special application scenarios with small cards. Without time-consuming machine stops. The blanks can be separated securely. And stacked neatly.
Marbach opened its Marbach Academy in 2017. In its first year, more than 220 participants visited the training center in Heilbronn. And since then the number has been constantly growing. Marbach is training the industry in the die-cutting process.
An eventful year has come to an end for the cutting-die and thermoforming tool manufacturer Marbach. Marbach has a nice tradition of making donations at Christmas instead of giving presents to customers. When selecting recipients, it is important for the Marbach management to divide the money between internationally known and regionally respected institutions. Because the Heilbronn-based company is active all over the world .This year, Marbach has donated 7,000 euros to help in Burkina Faso and 3,000 euros to the protection against freezing to death by the Aufbaugilde Heilbronn.
The focus of Marbach is optimizing the performance of its customers. For this reason Marbach offers extensive services. In addition to training on the subject of die-cutting packaging, Marbach now also offers packaging services in its portfolio.