SCHOBERTECHNOLOGIES GmbH in Eberdingen/Germany specializes in the development, design and manufacturing of rotary tools, modules and specialty machines widely used in film, foil, packaging, non-wovens and paper converting industries.This technically superior equipment is sold in more than 100 countries worldwide.
Over the last 60 years Schobertechnologies has continuously expanded its product lines.
This company philosophy has been successful and is being rewarded by the market.
There are very few companies today that can provide such comprehensive consulting services to their customers. Schobertechnologies has had this level of know-how for decades.
This enables Schobertechnologie to provide their customers with individual components to retrofit existing production lines and complete systems as turn-key solutions for the refined production of manufactured products.
Our customers benefit from our ability to offer efficient application solutions in trade-related industries worldwide.
Half cuts, mainly used for opening features or to die cut self.adhesive materials, are used to perforate or die cut to some extent the thickness of the processed material. Some of the materials are very thin, others made of several layers partly containing barrier functions, in consequence the cutting depth needs to be controlled precisely.
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Current highlight is the RSM770-DIGI-VARICUT with Vector-technology to cut digital printed materials for the manufacturing of the in-mould labels and folding boxes. It has a hybrid drive technology for format-independent processing of digitally printed films and packaging materials.
The innovative drive technology combines continuous and intermittent processes during the cutting process. This is done with the in-setting procedure to register to the printing. In this way, a large number of print format lengths can be covered with a tool circumference.
The modular design of the RSM-DIGI-VARICUT is available for different web widths. The maximum working width is 850 mm with a maximum printing format length of 1,120 mm.