All stated quantities, in million labels per re-sharpening, are empirical values and can only be achieved with printed and coated wet glue label papers! The tool crowns are 20 to 25mm high and can be re-sharpened up to 20 times, without measurement changes!
|S5||Steel crown||for up to 5 million labels|
|S10||High alloy steel crown||for up to 10 million labels|
|STAMDUR||Tungsten carbide crown||for up to 100 million labels|
|VS1||Solid steel Die||for up to 5 million labels|
||Solid steel Die||for up to 10 million labels|
| Stainless steel INOX
||Solid steel Die for special applications (e.g. Medical technology)|
- The above specified performances can only be achieved with professionally sharpened punching tools.
- Tool crowns are dimensionally accurate replaceable and the aluminum base reusable! This saves significant costs!
- Worn crown can be replaced by higher crown quality! This means; An S5 crown can be replaced with an S10 or even Stamdur crown.
- Punching tools can be equipped with several height-adjustable slitter knives and additional slitter knife positions!
- Equipped with an additional tool frame and tool plates, the tools can be used on all Die-cutting machines!
Tool Quality comparison diagram
Reduce cost, dramatically!
Find out in a simple way which punching tool quality is most cost-effective for your production by entering the number of labels numerically or moving the slider below the diagram.
This diagram allows you now to compare purchase-, change over-, sharpening- and crown replacement costs of the most commonly used high- and counter pressure dies of the Stamfag S5, S10 and Stamdur qualities.
Shipping costs for re-sharpening and any additional incurred in-house costs are not included in the diagram!
The cost comparison chart ranges up from 1- 600 (million labels). The reference punching knife has a circumference of 280mm and is equipped with two slitter knives, see picture.
The reference die used in computing this comparison is based on a circumference of 280mm and equipped with two waste slitters. The calculated data are empirical values based on experience with printed and varnished wet strength label paper.