10. December | Folding Boxes | Cutting die

Maximum reliability when stripping? No problem ...

Maximum safety in the stripping process
Conventional stripping with bottom pins is very time-consuming and provides only limited functionality at high speeds.

The Marbach solutions are known as marbastrip and masterstrip|plate. Individually matching your requirements, these technologies ensure maximum machine speeds and safety in the stripping process …


Sometimes it is the detail that leads to high performance. For example, stripping is no longer a problem with the Marbach marbastrip and masterstrip|plate solutions. No waste, no reduced machine speeds – and it has been that way for many years.

The difference between conventional stripping and stripping with Marbach solutions lies in the specially produced stripping claws. They ensure that the waste is forced through the female stripper during the stripping process – absolutely reliably. This enables machines to run at maximum speed. A straightforward solution which is highly effective, as it makes processes safe, predictable and efficient.

The standard: marbastrip
No more intricate setting of bottom pins; simply install the marbastrip tool in the stripping station and away you go. Dynamic stripping is smoothly implemented with marbastrip. Its design and construction bring success. Marbach has thus created a standard which has been used around 500,000 times worldwide.

High-performance tool: masterstrip|plate
Marbach has developed the masterstrip|plate high-performance tool based on the marbastrip system. The difference here lies in the male stripper. In the masterstrip|plate, it is fitted with a presser plate and special sheet lifters. The presser plate fixes the waste securely and evenly during the stripping process. The sheet lifters – in short, marbafly – support the smooth transportation of the cardboard sheet. Associated with these is the marbapoint set-up aid. Its laser ensures that the female and male parts are quickly, easily and accurately positioned in the diecutter. Overall, this results in a smoothly operating system.


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Strong-selling paperboard packaging at the point of sale.

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Find out how you can use embossing to make your packaging a real eye-catcher at the point of sale in our white paper.

16. August | Folding Boxes | Cutting die

Systematic separation.

Machine blanking is the latest trend. Now more than ever. Today, even for simple layouts and short runs, the blanks are separated automatically after the die-cutting and stripping process.

There are many possible solutions. We can tell you which strategy is the right one for which job. For optimum use of the blanking station of your die-cutting machine.

11. August | Cutting die | Folding Boxes | Corrugated board

Better all the way than not at all.

When producing folding cartons, in order to separate the blanks from a sheet of paperboard, blanking is the optimal method. If this is not preferred, the entire sheet can also be stacked in the blanking station.

And this is very easy - with the Marbach universal sheet delivery: Simply add this male tool in the blanking unit, adjust it and the sheet delivery works quickly and reliably.

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