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When a food product is packed in a carton, there are many key considerations to take into account…
Die-cutting is the process of cutting and creasing high volumes of cartons and with today’s technologies, die-cutting machines work at considerable speed – up to 12,000 sheets per hour. Each impression in a die-cutting autoplaten can produce many cartons where dies can be 20 or 30 up. Larger dies can be complex and challenging to run, however the productivity benefits can make the investment in high-quality tooling very cost-effective. When we deliver Packaging Die Cutting services for carton manufacturers who supply the Pharmaceutical market, productivity and tool life are key issues. There are also a number of other core requirements …
Die-Cutting Tooling can either be treated as an asset or as a liability. Outlined in this blog are some of the facts of the die cutting process.
The increase for rotary die cutting products particularly in the packaging services sector is going to be experiencing a dramatic increase in demand over the coming year.
The majority of products sold and bought in supermarkets, chemists and elsewhere are transported and sold in packaging.
Manufacturing dies for over 40 years Truform have provided die-cutting tooling the packaging industry for a wide variety of end customers and packaging types.
Flatbed die cutting was the primary form of printing and die cutting for many years but as materials and the ability to manipulate them have improved rotary dies have become more and more practical even for smaller jobs. The work of die-making pioneers such as Phil Saunders in conjunction with Ward Die-cutting Machinery has brought rotary die-cutting to the fore over the last 20 years.
Die manufacturing is somewhat unique in the way it combines long standing knowledge of materials and manufacturing processing techniques with advanced technologies, using lasers and CNC machines.
Paper packaging has seen a resurgence in recent years, becoming ever more popular with customers and producers alike as its many benefits are realised.
Die cutting typically refers to the cutting action of a die press.