• Cylinder Check
    For smooth runs

Cylinder Check

Successful rotary cutting is heavily depending on the size of the "gap" (clearance). The correct alignment of the magnetic and anvil cylinder (with uniform initial tension) ensures trouble-free cutting and an excellent cutting result.

Frequent and incorrect handling of magnetic cylinders may change the standard clearance and damage the bearers or anvil cylinder. This has a lasting detrimental effect on the cutting result.

We can provide you with a detailed inspection of your cylinders’ overall condition and dimensional accuracy. You will receive a measurement certificate with appropriate recommendations for each cylinder inspected. This service enables you to monitor the technical condition of the equipment and prevent quality losses.

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Why not go ahead and have your cylinders checked. Simply contact our customer advisors to make an appointment and discuss other details, as required.

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You cut, we care.

Whether at home, in the car, supermarket, office or factory – we are surrounded by products, which acquire their final shape through die-cutting. When using the necessary precision tools, printers and converters all over the world trust in Wink as a reliable partner, because the flawless quality of the die-cut products is crucial for their own success.

Depending on the sector and material involved, we have to meet very different requirements, when it comes to specifications for our cutting tools. From kiss-cutting to cutting-through, perforating, creasing and embossing – we tailor our tools perfectly to your individual needs.

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  • We care for quality: Perfect tools with fast and reliable delivery.
  • We care for communication: Friendly and skilled contact persons.
  • We care for solutions: Practical solutions for your die-cutting challenges