Board Converting News, May 2, 2022

Baysek Machines Introduces New Model C-190 Die Cutter

Nelsonville, Wisconsin based Baysek Machines Inc. has introduced its new Model C-190 die cutter. The “big broth- er” of the Baysek’s flagship model C-170 die cutter, the C-190 die cutter has been successfully field tested for three years. The Nick-Free multiple-out one operator die cutter offers the same great features as the predictable and profitable C-170 with an 8-inch by x 55-inch (203mm x 1400mm) or 440-square-inches (11176mm2) increase in sheet size capacity, maintaining the same speed of 1800 sheets per hour, and the same relatively small floor foot- print in comparison to many traditional die cutters. Renowned for reducing manual labor while increasing quality and production, the single operator “flat-die rota- ry anvil die cutter” has been a popular choice around the

globe for its versatile nature and straightforward opera- tion. Simple to complicated jobs of various materials are accomplished with ease, without the need for ancillary stripping equipment or additional manual hand stripping and restacking. The entire Baysek die cutting process is

accomplished with one operator via a new and improved computerized touch screen, with remote machine diagnostics capability and job recall feature. The vacuum assisted Baysek die cutting method provides a highly innovative and labor-reducing solution for all corrugated converting facilities, especially those fac- ing all-too-common skilled labor shortag- es. The method begins with a sheet being picked and placed via suction cup feed assemblies onto the reciprocating flat die. Registration suction cups on the lead edge of the die secure the sheet to the die for a (+/-) 1/16-inch (1.5mm) cut to sheet margin. The reciprocating flat die is compressed between two rotary anvils, the top anvil pro- tected with a semi-soft anvil sleeve. Suction cups within each die form hold 100 percent

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perimeter cut “nick-free” finished pieces in the die while scrap is simultaneously pneu- matically extracted up the waste hood and directed to recycling as the die travels from the load side to the unload side of the ma- chine. Suction cup unload assemblies pick accurately counted finished pieces from the



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