Cutting & punching

GTE is ready to think about a solution for cutting or punching your products with you. From Tyvek to blisters and rubber products to cutting customised labels: we look at your needs and requirements to come up with a tailor-made machine or production line.

Lid punching machine with printing
Lid punching machine

Most common solutions

The most common solutions we offer are machines for punching Tyvek, medical paper or aluminium lids to seal, for example, a blister. We also offer solutions for punching out blisters and rubber products. Thanks to years of experience with these processes, we know how best to create a tailor-made solution for your issue.

Lid punching machine with printing

Flexible cutting and punching

In a high-mix, low-volume production line, common in clinical trials and start-ups, flexibility is often a requirement. Because product quantities are very low, you can’t buy a dedicated production line for that one process. GTE offers the required flexibility by working with moulds and default parts or with recipe-driven change-over. This allows you to process multiple different products on one machine or production line, speeding up the process and increasing your ROI. The advantage of GTE’s default parts is that they can be swapped out without needing any tools. The change-over time varies from a few minutes to a maximum of half an hour, depending on the number of default parts.

Recently made solutions

Curious about how GTE’s solutions are being used and have been integrated into other machines? Take a look at the solutions we’ve delivered! We’re happy to work with you to find a solution to your problem!

Discover all tailor-made solutions

Since our founding, we’ve designed and delivered a large number of customised solutions to various customers. From start-ups to multinationals, every company has its own needs and requirements.

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