We present you our range of flat die-cutting machines for cardboard, micro-channel, litho-laminated, corrugated cardboard and some plastics.
Our die cutting machines are versatile, with minimal adjustment and response times to optimize your die cutting line.
Flat die cutting is the post-finish phase of all print finishes. The die cutting process requires a die cutting machine and a mold (die), which has the shape of the box model, or the interior or specialty required, the shape is defined by cutting or creasing strips. This mold makes cuts, folds and perforations or dotted cuts on light paper and cardboard, up to heavy compact cardboard, plastic and IML labels, passing through micro-channel and most types of corrugated cardboard. Subsequently and as required for the realization of the box, case or display, the cutout of the original area of the sheet is cleaned (this is called ejecting, destroying or tearing). Said cleaning or ejection process can be carried out inside the machine itself, through the ejection station, or with a special tool called a waste stripper, used outside the machine. To perform this die cutting process, we need the die along with its arrangements or Pertinax (hard plastic forms).