POLAR LabelSystem DCC-12 is designed for highly automated inline production of bundled die-cut labels made of compressible plastic materials such as OPP films for in-mould. A new industrial control system enables a 25 percent increase in productivity, allowing the DCC-12 to achieve an output of 10 cycles per minute. A remarkable output with minimum manpower requirements.
HMI control and a and capacitive 4c color display make operation easier, and the intuitive
design meets the standards of today’s tablets and smartphones. This new
industrial control system enables modern alarm management, remote maintenance and
diagnostics as well as integration into the digital workflow. The built-in servo technology
improves process stability and reduces downtime in production: the system runs more
smoothly, and start and braking speeds can be set independently. The new die cutter also
allows the machine to be restarted without any delay, while the material can remain in the
machine. “The highlight, or the special innovation is our patented positioning aid which allows a quick and easy changing of the punching tool”, explains Stephan Kummer, Sales Manager at POLAR. Modernized job management additionally reduces changeover times from 30 to 15 minutes thanks to automatic presettings.
Waste is 100 percent recyclable
POLAR LabelSystem DCC-12 also scores in terms of sustainability: the die cutter is able to
handle label packs without cardboard. The waste is therefore pure mono-material and can be optimally recycled. The die cutter is ventilated and can suck up waste directly. This means that even acute-angled shapes under 90° can be cut without any problems.