Moksha launches die-cutting machine

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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.’