Yawa TYM 790

Manufacturer: Yawa
Model: TYM 790
Year of manufacture: 2006
Location: Europe
Additional Machine Details:
Additional Machine Details:: Features:

Efficient and easy to operate.
Delivers accurate, adjustable impression for foil stamping, embossing and die cutting.
Five pull foil feeds are fully programmable to provide maximum versatility and excellent foil economy.
Air blast system helps to separate foil from stock on critical jobs.
Accurate and programmable control system with servo motor and encoder.
Micrometer adjustment on side guide and front gripper guide.
Mechanical dwell on impression guarantees perfect foil stamping/foil embossing performance.
Missed sheet detector.
Honeycomb base is convenient for loading.
6 heating zones with digital control.
24 hours preheating device.
Easy to change from job to job or form foil stamping to die cutting.
Control system with touch screen provides full control on the machine.

Technical Specification:

Max. Sheet size: 790 x 560 mm
Min. Sheet size: 310 x 210 mm
Max. Die cutting size: 750 x 520 mm
Max. Stamping size: 760 x 525 mm
Height of cutting rules: 23.8 mm
Max. pressure(N): 120 t
Stock range:
Min. Sheet: 90 g/m2 (practically, thickness from 75 g/m2 is possible)
Cardboard: 157 ~ 2000 g/m2 (E,B flute)
Min. gripper margin: 6 mm
Max. machine speed: 5500 s/h
Max. Stamping speed: 5000 s/h
The thickness of stamping plate: 5 mm (Optional 4,1)
Longitudinal feeding shafts: 3
Transversal feeding shafts: 2
Feeding pile height: 1200 mm
Delivery pile height: 950 mm
Electric heating system: 8 zones
Min. foil width: 40 mm
Foil reel core: 25(1") 76(3") mm
Rated capacity: 26 kw
Air supply: 0.8~1.0 MPa, 0.6m3/min
Overall dimension: 3855 x 3560 x 2210 mm
Weight of machine: 8000 kg

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Main Features
  • Machine Condition Options:
  • Can be seen in production
  • Size Range:
  • Up to 95cms (37.5")
Offer Details
  • Dealer's Reference Number :
  • SZ8422
  • Date Available :
  • 25/04/2018
  • Terms on which offered :
  • Ex site
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