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For more than sixty years, Schobertechnologies has been one of the industry leaders in developing and producing rotary tools, modules and specialty machines. This technically superior equipment is widely used in film, foil, packaging, nonwovens and paper converting industries. It is sold in more than 100 countries worldwide.

The development and production of the first rotary die cutting and stacking machines for the production of in-mould labels goes back to 1980. The experience and expertise at Schobertechnologies provides the ability to meet challenging customer demands. By steadily enhancing and improving the converting technology, Schobertechnologies is able to meet ever changing market requirements such as production runs, different product shapes, sizes and materials. An increased number of enquiries with new requirements coming from the paper label converting industry, e.g. for production of wet glue labels for the food, beverage and luxury food industry has been realized recently. The newly redesigned high performance RSM, due to its specific design, is able to meet these new requirements and challenges. Highest production quality, short make-ready times with minimum waste and precise register accuracy during the converting operation, even at speeds of up to 150 m/min, are achieved through the integration of innovative servo-drive technology and continuous synchronously driven rotary die cutting tools. Know-how in machine development combined with high-capacity and vibration-free technology concept guarantees high-performance in a noise-free environment. The standard configuration of this rotary converting machine includes a “M”-stack delivery system. S-stack, adjustable denesting station for several products across, as well as a V-stack delivery system (stacking by robotics) is available as options or for future upgrades. A 100 percent product inspection system with defective product dis-charge is available as well.

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