Hawkes Technical has a large range of die cutting presses,
from standard swing beam press, to fully automated die cutting systems.
Our range of die cutting machines includes:
beam cutting press, also known as clicker presses are mainly used to cut
sheet materials in low to medium volume production.
head cutting presses – used to cut sheets or rolls material in low to
medium production for a manual machine and medium to large for a automatic
Head Beam cutting presses – used to cut both rolls and sheets depending on
the specification of the machine. The die cutting press can be supplied
with single or double manual sliding trays, automatic single or double
manual trays, pinch and grab feeding system using high quality nylon belt
and many more configurations. Used for low, medium and high volume
head cutting presses – mainly used for sheet material, but can be supplied
with feeding systems to cut roll material as well. Used in low, medium and
high volume production.
travelling head cutting presses – Is one of the most flexible machines
available to cut sheet or roll material, used with a powerful nesting
software the machine can maximise the yield of the material saving
material, labour and waste disposal costs. Using a nylon cutting belt
allows difficult material to be fed into the cutting press easily.
speed kiss cutting presses – These machines are the largest area of
growth, the machines can be configured in many different ways to suit a
particular requirement. With more and more part, especially large parts
being kiss cut, our range of kiss cutting presses are unrivalled. There
are many different options for these machines including knockout station,
stacking stations, guillotines, slitting blades and more.
All of our machines can be customised to meet your
requirements. We specialize in automating the cutting process to use the
minimum labour needed to produce a product. This may include the use of automatic
feed systems to transport the material into the machine, knock out units to
remove waste from the cut parts, guillotines to cut the parts into sets, pick
and place units to unload cut parts automatically and many more.
Many people ask “What is die cutting?”
Diecutting is a manufacturing process used to generate large numbers of
the same shape from a material such as wood, plastic or fabric. The die cut shapes are
sometimes called “blanks,” because they are usually finished and decorated
before being sold. The process is widely used on an assortment of materials all
over the world, and many manufactured products contain several die cut components, often
assembled together in a series of steps to create a finished product.
Contact Hawkes Technical today on 01933 622492 to discuss your requirements.