Marbach has revised its hand-held tool for the insertion of nicks in cutting rules. The new marbanick|2+ is impressive with its integrated quick-change function, through which wedges of different widths can be quickly changed. In addition, its special design makes it possible to use different impact levels in one device.
Nicks ensure smooth transport of the sheets through the die-cutting machine. For optimal functioning of a stripping system, waste nicks are required. For small waste parts, it is important that the nicks are precise and reproducible. The machine operator must be able to carry out any subsequent optimization of these nicks quickly and easily.
Marbach developer Sascha Wormser: "This is where the marbanick|2+ comes into play. It is a small, very handy tool comprising one-hand operations. This allows the smallest, precisely defined nicks to be inserted into cutting rules. The marbanick|2+ has an integrated quick-change function with which the hard-metal wedges can be changed without tools."
The marbanick|2+ is very flexible and saves both time and money due to 3 different impact levels in one device and different quick-change wedges. A further advantage is that the rubber coating remains undamaged when the nicks are inserted. This ensures the best functionality of the tool in the die-cutting process.
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.
The Managing Partner of the Marbach Group, Peter Marbach, has donated an internal bonus to the Wartberg School.