advanced die-cutting

High-speed rotary die-cutting, advanced flatbed die-cutting, and inline ultrasonic welding, with inline and offline measurement capabilities. Additional capabilities include robotic part handling for automated inspection and packing, inline vision systems for 100% part inspection, and next generation rotary presses with a closed-loop automated adjustment system to identify tolerance and self-adjust. 

Advanced Die-cutting & manufacturing processes

Our advanced manufacturing and conversion facility enable the production of a vast range of die-cut components and die-cut materials including pressure sensitive adhesive tape and advanced flexible materials with customised liner configurations and presentation formats.

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efficient manufacturing

Our advanced manufacturing capabilities collectively contribute to improved efficiency, higher quality products, reduced waste, and increased automation in the production process.

These capabilities are particularly beneficial in industries that require precision, customisation, and high-speed production. These technologies align with the principles of Industry 4.0 and the pursuit of smarter, more efficient manufacturing processes.

  • Ultra-fast processing speeds up to 150 metres per min and up to 1.5 million parts per hour
  • 100 tonne, 2m x 1.5m cutting bed, multi-reel fed
  • Ability to configure complex multi-layer components using a customised presentation and format to improve productivity during product assembly
  • Automated pick and place for packing and component placement
  • Advanced robotics for assembly and automated packing.



Advanced manufacturing capabilities

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High-speed rotary die-cutting is a process where a rotary die (a cylindrical tool with sharp cutting edges) is used to cut, score, or perforate materials as they pass through a press.

This method is particularly efficient for high-volume production of items like labels, adhesive pads, gaskets, and packaging materials.

  • High-speed production
  • Consistent and accurate cutting
  • Suitable for various materials
  • Reduced waste
  • Faster turnaround times
Flatbed die-cutting

advanced flatbed die-cutting

Advanced flatbed die-cutting is a process where a flatbed press equipped with precision steel rule dies is used to cut, crease, or emboss materials.

This process is versatile and can be used to cut large shapes and designs from multiple material types, making it suitable for NVH, foam and large area masking applications.

  • Versatile

  • Accurate

  • Large size designs

  • Customisable tooling

  • Suitable for various materials

Inline ultrasonic welding

inline ultrasonic welding

Inline ultrasonic welding is a technique that uses high-frequency vibrations to create a bond between materials, often plastics.

It's used for joining components without the need for adhesives, solvents, or heat.

  • Fast and precise bonding

  • No added materials

  • Strong joints

  • Cleanliness

  • Suitable for a range of thermoplastic materials

measurement capabilties

Measurement Capabilities (Inline & Offline)

Inline and offline measurement capabilities involve using various sensors, scanners, and measurement tools to assess the accuracy, dimensions, and quality of manufactured parts.

These measurements can be done in real-time during production (inline) or after the parts are produced (offline).

  • Quality control

  • Identifying defects

  • Ensuring consistency

  • Reducing waste

  • Process optimisation

robotic part handling

Robotic Part handling for Inspection & Packing

Robotic part handling involves using robots to manipulate, inspect, and pack parts.

Automated robotic systems can efficiently perform tasks like sorting, inspection, and packaging of manufactured components.

  • Improved efficiency

  • Reduced human error

  • Consistent & repeatable tasks

  • Integration with other processes

inline vision system for 100% part inspection

Inline Vision System for 100% Part Inspection

Inline vision systems use cameras and image processing to inspect parts as they move through the production process.

These systems can quickly identify defects, inconsistencies, or deviations from specifications.

  • High-speed inspection

  • Detecting defects early

  • Ensuring quality

  • Reducing scrap

  • Enabling immediate corrective actions

rotary presses with automated adjustment

Next Generation Rotary Presses with Automated Adjustment

Next-generation rotary presses incorporate advanced automation and closed-loop control systems.

These presses can identify deviations from specified tolerances and automatically adjust parameters to maintain accuracy.

  • Real-time adjustments

  • Consistent quality

  • Reduced set-up times

  • Minimised waste,

  • Improved production efficiency

Die-cutting parameters

Rotary Parameters

  • Part size up to 600mm wide x 1200mm length
  • Running speed up to 150 m/min +
  • Cutting tolerance up to +/- 50μ

Flat Bed Parameters

  • Part size up to 2000mm wide x 1500mm length
  • Running speed up to 120 m/min +
  • Cutting tolerance up to +/- 1mm

die-cut components

die-cut components using advanced materials

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