Die Cutting MHC-EC/E-1100/1300/1500/1650

 

The fifth generation of MHC Series Automated Manual Die Cutting Machine (Tiptronic Die Cutting Machine) based on the fourth generation of Automated Manual Die Cutting Machine, is equipped with servo motor control system, thus makes sure thick and thin paper feeding function effectively, paper feeding system can be divided into three types: 1. single piece of paper feeding function (for 4  8mm corrugated paper), 2. two pieces of overlapping paper feeding function (for 2 4mm corrugated paper), 3. multiple pieces of overlapping paper feeding function (for to 250g  2mm paper). This machine including both manual paper feeding and automatic feeder paper feeding function. On condition of flat corrugated paper, automatic feeder paper is accepted with raising efficiency and reducing workforce. Manual paper feeding comes in handy on condition of uneven corrugated paper. This machine maintains multi operational function, and its development is combined with advantages of similar products in domestic and overseas, is special equipment for packing products such as cartons and paper boxes. Gripper bars with high intensity are applicable to all kinds of cardboard, paperboard and corrugated paper. Frontal, back and side registration mechanism ensures great precision of die cutting.Other parts are adopted such as intermittent mechanism with high precision, pneumatic clutch and pneumatic closed up mechanism, programmable controller and man machine interface. The interface can display various digital information of machine such as working speed, amount of paper processed, total running time, etc. It is easy to eliminate troubles according to the display of trouble shooting. Transducer is adopted to control the main motor in achieving step less speed variation.
This machine is equipped with sensors and safety device to ensure normal operation of machine and safety of workers.

FEEDER UNIT
SERVO MOTOR CONVEYOR POSITIONING DEVICE
STRIPPING UNIT
GERMANY VACUUM PUMP
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE UNIT

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