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Creasing Matrix is a consumable device which is used in manual or automatic die-cutting machines to impart a perfectly registered crease in solid or corrugated board. This ensures maximum stability at conversion stage and a flawless appearance.
Before the invention of creasing matrix, skilled operators used to make creasing matrix by hand (this is still practiced around the world even today). They would use a sheet of cardboard or a presspahn board (layered sheets of board stuck together to get the desired thickness). This was then stuck to the cutting plate. Once stuck, the ‘contours’ of the cutting die rules were copied using carbon paper and the corresponding contours were then cut into the material using a sharp knife.
Such a technique is extremely time-consuming (depending on the complexity of the design) and gives poor results on more complicated designs as very large tolerances are used. Additionally, stripping the plate of the material after the job has been run is also very time consuming. Channel Matrix were the first company to introduce creasing matrix to the world and have, over the past 50 years, been developing new matrices as more technological advancement has been made to die-cutting machines. This has resulted in more complex packaging designs becoming possible.
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