Precise, Die-Cut Parts
Die cutting creates a perfectly shaped product every time. We know this because our materials techs watch over the process with precision and focus. Even with runs of one hundred, one thousand, ten thousand or more, you can be sure that each part is cut exactly to your design specs every single time.
Die cutting (also called flatbed die cutting) stamps or blanks out parts, like an industrial cookie cutter. Sharp steel rule dies slice through either single or multiple layers. Computer-controlled equipment makes accurate measurements for both simple and complex shapes.
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When to Use Die Cutting
- Your product is thicker
- Your order quantity is smaller
- Your product’s material is only available in sheet form
- Your manufacturing needs to be more cost-effective
The Inner Workings
A die cutting press machine stamps out each piece using steel rule dies—long, sharp strips of metal. The hydraulic press falls vertically onto the raw material as it’s fed through the machine. This vertical, perpendicular motion allows thicker and taller material to be used to make your part. Your finished product comes out clean and even.
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