Inline and offline finishing from Schober

At drupa booth A44 in hall 44, Schober will show its latest developments and technical innovations.

For the inline or offline production of RCB cigarette packaging, Scober presents the PBO 650 rotary converting system equipped with rotary embossing, creasing and cutting tools for long grain production. This system is also equipped with an inline rotary hot foil application unit.

The same system can be employed for the production of liquid packaging. Cutting and creasing are combined in a single set of cylinders using the RSC Method.

Single drive technology is introduced with the Schober Vector Cut in a roll-to-roll converting machine. Its digital servo drives offer utmost precision and flexibility, increasing the efficiency of the production process and reducing start-up costs.

With its computer-controlled Laser cut and perforating system, Schober introduces another innovative inline and offline converting solution. This technology is primarily used to process and convert films, laminates, cartons, self-adhesive materials und multi-layer paper.

Economic efficiency and application flexibility are but two of the outstanding characteristics of the CO2 Laser integrated into this system.

Schober’s advanced rotary punching technology will be represented and demonstrate with the punching of premium foils and other samples with a rotary punching machine which finds applications in medical technology as well as the micro-electro industry.

Schober rotary punching machines are built to customer specifications in working width of 15mm to 1000mm for the conversion of foils as thin as 0.015mm.

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