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Die cutting machines offer tight tolerance C

omplex and tight tolerance die cut parts and specialty labels require exceptional

registration. Complete control of each module

allows you to perfect each segment of a converting process. The precision of registration on each die cut is based on the control system. With a separate servo motor at each station, the die cut modules can be adjusted independently. This allows the machine to make precise cuts even when the eye-marks are inconsistent. Delta ModTech’s 30+ years of

experience has proven that both registration sensors and vision inspection can provide high accuracy for registering multiple die cuts. Sensors are used to obtain the required speed to register each part, allowing continual feedback. Vision inspection systems can be added to confirm product quality and update the registration position to assist in maintaining the best CPK for the process. Having an individual servo control at each die station allows you to adjust for another critical factor in web converting, precise tension control. Each die, nip or print station can be set at a different speed ratio to allow you to create tension zones with the press of a button.

ROTARY DIE CUTTING AND SHEETING - Rotary die cutting provides exceptional precision and can be configured for multiple sizes. Delta ModTech helps its customers choose the best die tooling for the job and eliminate the hassle of ordering incorrectly sized dies. The company also offers adapters to use existing die cut tooling on its machines.

LASER DIE CUTTING - As opposed to using a rotary die cut, the operator can upload a drawing of the die cut pattern into the machine. Laser die cutting allows for quick turnover and short run jobs. There is no need for sharpening or storage of costly rotary dies.

SEMI-ROTARY DIE CUTTING - For short run or quick turnover jobs, you can bypass the costly rotary die tooling and put Delta ModTech’s servo motors and registration capabilities to work. The company’s semi-rotary die cutting systems produce precision cuts with competitive speed and accuracy. Set up is fast: Load your magnetic die plate, setup registration, test and run.

ACHIEVING THE TOLERANCE - Your die cuts can only be as precise as the equipment that makes them. Delta ModTech’s machines are built with rigid welded steel frames and high quality materials capable of years of production and still give the tight tolerance cuts that are required. Each machine is subject to quality manufacturing practices under the ISO 9001 guidance. From order to installation, Delta ModTech has procedures in place to ensure quality checks throughout the machine build process and timely project communication.

Each part is inspected for compliance prior to installation and the software

undergoes various levels of acceptance testing. Once the machine is built, the company ensures it can run your product and meet your exacting requirements. Delta’s process experts “de-bug” each process from unwinding the raw material to final product output.

Labelexpo Europe Delta ModTech gives businesses the flexibility to coat, convert and pouch a

variety of complex products on one manufacturing system. A Delta ModTech Crusader converter will be demonstrating precision placement on a label product. The system will feature a variety of processes including tight tolerance rotary die cutting, multi-layer lamination, precise part placement and the INTELLI-MOD control system. The INTELLI-MOD control system enables complete control over each module and permits the perfection of each segment of the converting process. Engineers will be on site to confidentially discuss specific application requirements and to help develop a total solution. Visit Hall 6, Stand E51 September 2017 21

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