We often use die-cutting machines in our daily die-cutting operations. What are the configuration requirements for using platen die-cutting machines and what are the manufacturer's matching configurations? How do we choose the configuration of the die-cutting machine? Below we will classify and introduce the basic configurations of commonly used die-cutting machines and how to choose the die-cutting machine configuration in detail in the production process.
Here, the commonly referred to platen die-cutting machine refers to a single-seat die-cutting machine without the function of die placement, also known as a high-speed precision die-cutting machine for one-time punching. There is also a double-seat die-cutting machine, which can perform two punches, including front punching and die placement. The double-seat die-cutting machine is different from the two die-cutting machines used for small hole positioning. The basic configuration of the single-seat platen die-cutting machine includes:
One material feeder, including one set of magnetic powder tension control material feeding and receiving shaft, and one set of induction photoelectric sensors.
One die-cutting main machine, including one set of main paper feeding rack, one set of sub paper feeding rack, two sets of mechanical paper releasing shafts, two sets of magnetic powder tension receiving shafts, one set of simple pressing roller seat, one set of main machine die seat, one set of upper and lower mold plates, one set of large drawing paper head assemblies, two sets of pressure rollers, and two sets of glass scrapers.
One online host cutting platform, which can only perform online slicing operations and cannot perform independent automatic slicing.
The above is the basic configuration of the machine tool. We can also add or remove configurations during use. The following are some additional configurations we can add for different product uses.
Add a color registration electric eye for registering and positioning.
Add one set of material feeding and receiving shafts to perform simple material composite and waste discharge operations that require multiple levels.
Add a die placement lifting device to perform die placement punching operations in conjunction with the connecting line.
Add a needle waste disposal jig to perform needle waste disposal operations on the machine, but the back over-material plate needs to be grooved and cut off.
Add a blowing type tooling operation to use air to blow away the waste material.
Can perform independent punching and cutting operations.
Can perform two-layer material composite die-cutting.
Can perform independent stripping and waste discharge operations.
Can perform online slicing operations.
The above are the basic configuration requirements and optional solutions for single-cut platen die-cutting machines. We can add options according to our actual needs during the production process, but not all configurations can be added at the same time due to usage conflicts among some configurations, which may require necessary machine function additions and die-cutting machine feature selections.
At the same time, different die-cutting machine manufacturers have different standard configurations when their machines leave the factory. Therefore, we need to configure and adjust the machine according to our own configuration requirements when purchasing platen die-cutting machines. Moreover, the selection of these additional configurations will also affect the price of the die-cutting machine. Therefore, in the process of adding options to the die-cutting machine configuration, it is necessary to meet the actual needs.