Opening perforations are practical but have disadvantages. On the one hand, they let dust through and, on the other, they do not look attractive. This is where reverse cutting technology can help, whereby both sides of the box are partially cut. This looks good and works perfectly thanks to Marbach …
With reverse cutting, the substrate is not cut through entirely but has slightly offset partial cuts from both sides. This maintains the printed image and the packaging remains sealed. Reverse cutting enables significantly more elegant opening mechanisms to be used with the packaging. Marbach mastered this technology many years ago. With the new, split anvil, Marbach has now taken a major step further, which is good news for all producers who have relied on reverse cutting technology in the past. They are now able to use the split anvil with immediate effect.
Make-ready times are considerably shorter. And what is more, the stability of the cutting process as well as the repeat accuracy are also increased with this Marbach added-value solution.
For maximum productivity and low make-ready times, in most cases only the die-cutting machine and the tools used are examined. Often forgotten is that the preparation of the tools also plays an important role.
With the hand tools from Marbach, you can optimally equip your cutting-die preparation. For top performance in the production of your packaging.share More
If the individual stations and the upper and lower tools in a die-cutting machine are not perfectly matched to each other, very time-consuming set-up processes are pre-programmed.
Even if it is only a matter of a few tenths of a millimeter. The Marbach solution: The calibration tool!share More
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