Roller Die Cutters are the easiest way to make money out of packaging and is probably the most versatile machine in a box factory.
Corrugated packaging has been opened to the general public since the roller die cutters first inception and the skills level required for the running of such a machine is truly low and it can be a box machine that can quickly give the you a fast return on investment.
Depending on the volume of work, the width of the machine and the maintenance of the roller, there should be no reason why this roller can not last for up to 12 months before requiring a slight skim and then going on a few months further. In cases where the buyer is aware that there is going to be high volume, a spare roller is purchased with the initial machine to ensure that the least amount of down time is experienced with the roller die cutter while in production.
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What is fantastic about this box machine is that it can be purchased in the most basic format and additions which are both cosmetic and also productivity changes can be made at a later stage. Of these changes can include:
Timers which free the operator for a few seconds per cycle to assist with the stripping of the waste off the die cut board
Perspex guards for operators to anticipate dies coming through
T-Locks on the top of the machine (usually not included in low skills environment to ensure setting is done by capable person)
Machines can be painted in your colours to blend in with the rest of your equipment
"Boom Switches" come in handy if unusually long dies are to be used and a hand can not reach under the table for the switch.