The die-cut products today depend on high-volume designs, raw materials, skilled production workers, and some form of rolling platform. A die cutting machine forms the approaching line of blanks into a scored and cut form at the core of the operation, a refined shape that requires another processing station to do the folding. All processing stations mesh nicely, but when the die-cutting heart fails, this entire line grinds stops.
These are some of the common causes of failures:
Cutting Dies Breakage. The machine must be taken out of the service if the die is damaged or broken. Proper service is required and dies fracture must be fully welded and re-tempered.
Die lifespan Issues. Die failed repeatedly when the volume of the operation rises and works efficiently for only a short period of time.
Wear and Tear. Pressure applied by the anvil parts combines with the number of blanks passing through the die-cutting device to weigh heavily on the die, aligned die elements are knocked out of form and distorted by blank material hardness.
Cutting Results are Inconsistent.A worn die with a dull cutting edge produces unpredictable results of kiss-cutting, most of which are substandard. The inner system tears up expensive sheets of paper and countless blanks.
Rebuilding and Remanufacturing of used machines are essential to ensure they get the most use possible out their equipment. The entire machine and components cleaned and stripped bare also, inspected for defects, wear, and shortcomings.
What is Die Rebuilding and Remanufacturing Service?
Die Rebuilding Service is disassembling the existing die cutting machine. This method inspects all the parts while replacing those worn beyond repair. On the other hand, Die Remanufacturing Service is used when Cutting Die Machine involves replacing most of the entire system of the machine for about 80-85%.
When finished rebuilding Die Cutting Machine it is stored to the original OEM manufacturing specifications, and it’s the most economical choice available. And also, the machine is equal to good as new upon remanufacturing with new machine technology which exceeds current OEM Specifications. It’s an inexpensive alternative to purchasing a new machine.
Rebuilding involves mechanical while remanufacturing involves rebuilding with some additional engineering upgrades, and can take considerable effort and time, months in some cases.
When things go seriously wrong call an expert for rebuilding or remanufacturing service, die-cutting is a unique resource and uses many moving parts and meshing forces that must always have consistent results.
ICD International Cutting Die manufacturer for all machine lines and recondition dies from any supplier. Our typical turnaround time is five business days, ICD extends your dies life, ensures proper functionality, and exceeds OEM specifications.
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