We have developed a special test diecutter where we can make and analyze several 100,000 impressions in a test series. Findings from practice have flown into the development of this ultramodern test installation where cutting pressures of 0 to 10,000 kp and various travel through speeds can be realized. By an integrated cutting pressure reading the supervision of production dates like cutting pressure and course characteristics is possible. A high-speed video recording was also integrated into the test line which enables an optimum event monitoring and a follow-up treatment of the test data as well as an extensive picture analysis. Shots can be made automatically with the camera system at special preselected stroke numbers.
A few questions in the focus:
- How do different creasing systems react during the diecutting process?
- How is an optimum stamping of the creasing fold achieved?
- Which material characteristics are best with creasing matrix?
- How can the net output of the diecutter be increased by an optimum creasing matrix?