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  • 08 Aug 2017

Moksha launches die-cutting machine

Moksha Engineering owners, Tejas Patel (left) and Bhupendra Patel (right), with the new table top rotary die-cutting machine

Moksha Engineering has launched a portable rotary die-cutting machine.

The table-top machine has a web width of 200mm. It features an unwind diameter of 1200m and winding diameter of 250m. The die-cutting machine comes with a variable speed control and runs at maximum speed of 100m/min. It weighs about 100kgs with magnet cylinder for 65 to 120 teeth range.

The machine, with a footprint of 2.5 x 3ft, is targeted at die-cutting mainly barcode labels. Bhupendra Patel, owner at Moksha Engineering said: ‘We can customize this machine according to process requirement. We have booked 20 machines already and are looking at selling 100 this year.’ 


Aakriti Agarwal is India and Southeast Asia editor for Labels & Labeling.

Aakriti has been India editor for a number of years, and editor of the online newsletter, Label News India.

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