How about a nice Azco Punch?
By Canadian Packaging StaffAutomation Flexibles Azco Corp. punch and die technology
Azco Corp provides custom solutions with punch and die design.
Fairfield, NJ—Punch and die? It only sounds violent, because it’s all packaging display.
AZCO Corp. has introduced its new Azco Punch design in a one piece modular punch assembly.
These units have a punch-and-die design to make custom-shaped cut-outs. Applications include punching holes in flexible materials such as films, foils, paper, nonwovens, hose, tubing, tape, foam, rubber, mesh, laminates, and medical devices. Optional features include custom shapes, single or multiple tooling, and sensors.
In addition to punching out holes or shapes, the units are capable of creating virtually invisible micro punches. Unsightly holes in packaged bags are eliminated, allowing for a variety of display options without compromising the product’s package integrity or aesthetic quality.
Available in pneumatic or electric configurations, the punch units use hardened-steel tooling that is clean-cutting and fast-acting.
The assembly can be mounted in any orientation, so you can add it to any converting, processing, or assembly line in any way you see fit – just bolt it on.
AZCO Corp. has over 30 years experience developing solutions for a wide range of feeding and cutting applications. The company offers cutting edge, field proven systems and components that are easily adapted to meet the needs of the most complex applications to provide the most efficient and cost effective solution for anyone’s requirements.
For more information, visit www.azcocorp.com.