With the Marbach lower pin unit, we have a tool on the market that is mainly used for jobs where the requirements for waste-free die-cut blanks are very high. This is because waste is stripped in an especially reliable way with the lower pin unit in these applications.
Lower pin units are used in the stripping station of a die-cutting machine. They are particularly useful when very small waste parts have to be stripped and when maximum reliability is required during stripping.
Sales Manager Bernhard Reisser: "In practice, our customers often produce blanks that are packed directly after die-cutting and delivered to the brand owner. In this case, an inspection before packaging is not usually provided for."
It is therefore even more important that the blanks meet the quality requirements and, above all, are 100% waste-free.
Reisser continues: "With our lower pin unit with special precision lower pins, this requirement can be perfectly met. We can say this because our customers report 100% waste-free blanks when using the Marbach lower pin unit, even with very small waste that could not be reliably stripped with a conventional tool. But not only that: the stable stripping process, which ensures increased productivity in packaging production, also convinces our customers when they use the lower pin unit."
Another advantage of the tool: in the case of a repeat order, the lower pin units do not all have to be re-set, instead the existing lower pin unit simply has to be inserted into the machine and the customer can start with the production of their order.
More information about the Marbach lower pin unit is available on the Marbach Experience Hub: https://experience.marbach.com/en/blog-detail/stripping-for-the-really-tough-cases
In 2023, we will be able to look back on 100 years of company history. After this special event, the next big event for us is already waiting to happen next year: In one year – exactly on May 28, 2024 – the leading trade show of the printing and packaging industry, drupa in Düsseldorf, will finally take place again.
We are at home in the packaging industry. Almost 100 years ago, we began in Heilbronn as a 3-man business with a small workshop measuring 36 m² (4 x 9 m). Today the company has 1,600 employees worldwide at many locations around the globe. In Heilbronn alone, the total area for production and administration is 24,352 m².
As a result of this expansion, space in the existing buildings has repeatedly become cramped over the years. As a consequence, new buildings and extensions have had to be built.
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