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06 Apr 2021

Cutting and creasing with maximum efficiency and quality thanks to vector technology

As a manufacturer of digitally printed folding boxes and in-mould labels, you are on your way into the future with the new RSM520HD-DIGI-VARICUT.

This machine features a hybrid drive technology for format-independent processing of digitally printed packaging materials & foils.
The innovative drive technology combines continuous and vector rotary die cutting technology in re-registration mode to print , thus a wide range of formats can be processed with a single set of tool or magnetic cylinders.
With a fully modular design, the RSMHD-DIGI-VARICUT is designed to convert webs up to a width of 770 mm to suit image sizes or printing formats of 740 x 1120 mm.

The combination of a standard configuration of the RSMHD-DIGI-VARICUT includes  a  vacuum  conveyor with multiple vacuum chambers for a controlled  product delivery, a high speed, programmable robot-automated stacking and counting system (“Spider”) with an extreme  acceleration, velocity and precision at a continuous web speed of up to 50 m/min is available as an option

This robot-automated delivery is designed in such a way that different products can be stacked with the same print image regardless of whether it is a combination of very long /large and small products with different dimensions, or a continuous, format-independent nesting of the printed images.

A strong advantage of this format-independent nesting is massive saving of media waste and massive increase in productivity based on imposition efficiency.  The optional use of combined cutting and creasing plates helps to reduce tool costs. The proven cutting gap control system (GCS), to compensate for cutting wear, increases the tool life – another advantage of the RSM520HD-DIGI-VARICUT.

Preset recipes – directly on the machine or via a workflow connection – enable very short set-up times. An automatic search for the starting position of the processing tools (auto register) reduces the waste rate to a minimum. A 100% inspection system can optionally be integrated to discharge waste.

Due to its special features, the RSM520HD-DIGI-VARICUT is the answer to increasing market requirements and future challenges of digital printing.

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01 Mar 2021

Rotary web-fed converting solutions for the finishing of fuel cell components from Schobertechnologies

The Schobertechnologies GmbH is specializes in the development, design and manufacturing of rotary tools, modules and specialty machines widely used in film, foil, packaging, non-wovens and paper converting industries.

This technically superior equipment is sold in more than 100 countries worldwide.

The products of Schobertechnologies have found their application in all sectors of rotary processing. In addition to the traditional sectors of paper, film and foil processing industries, new application fields could be acquired in the medical, security, electronical, pharmaceutical and automotive industry.

In the automotive industry Schobertechnologies offers among all rotary off and in-line converting solutions for the finishing of circuit boards, bipolar plates and membranes for fuel cells.

These rotary finishing technologies include calendaring, embossing, die cutting and punching.

Rotary web finishing offers multiple advantages.

CCM (Catalyst Coated Membrane), component of MEAs (Membrane Electrode Assemblies), is quite a difficult and sensitive material to process, mainly when it comes to room temperature and humidity variations. However, rotary die cutting technology has proven its efficiency during the converting and processing, when integrated in fuel cell assembly lines.

Other materials used are GDM (Gas Diffusion Layer) and PEM (Polymer Electrolyte Membrane).

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