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.
Sales Director International Bernhard Reisser: "We recommend the use of a blanking tool for die-cutters with a blanking unit. However, there are orders in which our customers deliberately do not want to separate the sheets and want to stack the entire sheet. Up to now, this has been possible, but it has been quite time-consuming due to necessary conversion work. With our new universal sheet delivery as the upper tool, the upper blanking unit of the die-cutter can be quickly and easily changed from blanking to sheet delivery. The result means a big time advantage for the machine operators and a significant improvement in the quality of the stack, which in turn ensures smoother processes in the folding box gluing machine. The perfect optional counterpart: a custom-made frame which is mounted on the Marbach quick look lightblanker base frame which has proven its worth over the years."
If required, the universal sheet delivery can be combined with a custom-made guillotine to separate the sheet from the front trim waste.
Marbach has recently introduced its new split height-adjustable anvil for reducing make-ready times during reverse cutting. Since its introduction Marbach has sold this innovative technology many times over. Customers using tools with a split height-adjustable anvil are very impressed.
Marbach has developed a new bottom pin unit including special high precision lower pins which has been successfully used by the first customers. With a bottom pin unit, waste is safely stripped during the production of packaging. Customer Establecimento Grafico Impresores from Argentina is enthusiastic about the performance of the new Marbach product.
Marbach has been working at full speed to up its website for the upcoming drupa 2020 and give it a design relaunch. Even though drupa will not take place until 2021, the company does not want to withhold the new website from its customers.