Peripheral rollover is an application-technical variant of stroke stamping.
In contrast to conventional stroke stamping, here the component is rolled over under a fixed die even as the stroke of the embossing unit is in extended position. Rollover takes place via a servo-driven stamping mandrel or via a roller mill.
This means that both cylindrical and slightly conical components, such as those frequently used in the cosmetics industry, can be embossed.
- Eye Liner
- Cover caps
- Number rollers, number ring
Due to automated part feeding and part storage in hoppers or vibratory conveyors (bulk material), as well as a corresponding part discharge system, up to 2000 parts per hour can be decorated, depending on the machine concept.
- up to 2000 components per hour
- compact design
- produce small batch sizes economically and cost-effectively
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