Die Cutting with a difference
Combined with our technical expertise, the IBERICA JR-105 enables us to offer greater flexibility, speed and accuracy to deliver all the die-cutting, creasing and embossing services our customers’ require. Our innovation team push the boundaries of what finishing solutions we can deliver, this in tern consistently challenges our die-cutting team to achieve more intricate and efficient solutions. So, our accuracy and ingenuity continue to evolve. Team fc offer the most complete and versatile Die Cutting capability to meet all our customers’ requirements.
The Iberica JR-105 can die-cut & emboss various materials including paper, solid board, plastic and corrugated, furthermore, the Iberica also comes with an automatic stripping unit. Processing sheets up to a size of 750 x 1050mm we are extremely confident that we can meet all the finishing solutions our customers’ need and be extremely competitive in both long and short run work.
We have been surprised at the speed and demand for change from the plastic option to cardboard, paper based biodegradable products. Team fc have attained and retained a carbon neutral status for 12 years now and understand that we must all work towards a position where we only use paper based materials. They can be recycled in any paper waste stream, or can degrade in compost or landfill conditions, back to natural fibres without any harm to the environment or If it ends up in our oceans, it will harmlessly break down to natural fibres. There are materials available that satisfy this requirement!
The Die-Cutter is an integral part of the most comprehensive range of specialist finishing solutions available in the market place today, as we offer pick and place, window patching, nesting and gluing solutions all within our brand new 36,000 sq.ft. Production Hub and in a ‘BRCGS AA grade, 100% compliant’ environment which ensures we achieve the most efficient and highest quality of finishing, together with exacting standards of hygiene and environmental care.
Managing Director David Woodyatt commented
“Our ultimate challenge is to find ways our finishing can produce solutions which we are told are not possible within the equipment’s capability”