Die Cutting

Die Cutting

An automated process where rolled material is cut to a predetermined shape and size with a precision cutting tool. Parts can be cut through the entire substrate or kiss-cut to the backing, commonly known as “peel and stick.”

An automated process where rolled or sheeted material is cut to a predetermined shape and size with mounted cutting tools, commonly referred to as a “clicker cut” or “punch cut.”

Custom Cuts Available.

Rotary Die Cut Tabbing

An automated rotary die cutting process which creates a pull-tab for each individual part, allowing for easy removal from release liner. Used mostly for automotive exterior applications, providing a permanent attachment for molded side parts and name plate materials. 

An automated process of cutting parts from a roll, using a blade inclined at a small angle that descends into the substrate.

Custom lengths & width's available.

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