Punching Systems produce micro-holes.
October 5, 2007 -
Providing dust-free punching of micro-holes as small as 0.020 in., MicroPunching Systems utilize rotary matched hardened metal tool technology. They offer production speeds up to 250 fpm and web width of 2.50 in. and wider, depending on application. Die/Anvil materials range from D2 to tungsten carbide. Web or servo driven, systems are suited for stamp and security printers, continuous forms printers, label printers and paper, and film and foil converters.
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Schober USA, Inc.
4690 Industry Dr.
Fairfield, OH, 45014
Introducing MicroPunching Systems from Schober USA
Cincinnati, OH - New MicroPunching systems from Schober USA provide dust-free punching of micro-holes (as small as 0.020" or 0.50mm). These easy to operate modules feature a long service life. Proven hardened matched metal rotary tool technology provides high precision, long service intervals, and production speeds of up to 250 feet/min and a web width of 2.50 inches and wider depending on the application. Available Die / Anvil materials range from D2 to Tungsten Carbide. Ideal for stamp and security printers, continuous forms printers, label printers and paper, film & foil converters, for products including postal, fiscal and security stamps, agendas, diaries, calendars, exercise books, forms, and more.
Depending on the web width a cantilevered design is also available which ensures convenient accessibility to simplify roll changes. Controls are intuitive and easy to reach. Mechanical or servo-drives are available, as are turnkey off-line punching solutions. Hot needle tools are available for use with nonwovens or thin gauge film materials, while cold systems are ideal for micro perforations. Systems are either web or servo driven. Rotary matched hardened metal punching tools for precisely sized holes can be retrofitted into most web processing machines.
Schober USA is the North American subsidiary of Schober GmbH - a worldwide leader in rotary web converting technologies for the Label-, Packaging-, Personal Care, and general Paper, Film and Foil converting industries. They customize technologies to suit particular customer requirements, often combining rotary technologies and custom developing processes to do so. For more information, contact David Grove at Schober USA, 11237 Grooms Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242, (513) 489 - 7393, or via e-mail at email@example.com. Their extensive product line and capabilities can be viewed online at www.schoberusa.com.
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(513) 489 - 7393