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Die Cut Gasket Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of die cut gasket manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top die cut gasket manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find die cut gasket companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture die cut gaskets to your companies specifications. Then contact the die cut gasket companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of die cut gasket system, die cut rubber gasket, die cut gasket machine, or customized die cut gaskets of every type, this is the resource for you.

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For more than 35 years, Thrust Industries has served its customers with the best products. Our product line includes die cut gaskets and many other products. Our company is ISO 9000:2008 certified and is committed to doing the job right, the first time. At Thrust, we have the attitude of putting the needs of our customers first. You will find your parts cutting solution with us.
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Design Converting provides creative solutions and unparalleled quality. Cutting capabilities include plastic cutting, die cut gaskets, tape cutting, rubber cutting, paper cutting, felt cutting and a variety of other materials. Samples, prototypes, long or short runs, all with the industry's best lead times. We are a provider of ISO 9001:2000 third-party system registration and are accredited.
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Our experienced staff is able to provide the die cut gaskets that you need. We strive to provide the shortest lead times in the industry while providing top customer service as well. We are able to work with a range of thickness from a foil all the way up to a thickness of five inches. Let our staff show you how the experts do it! For more information come check out our website or get in touch with our company via phone or email.
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For exceptional die cut gaskets count on Heubach Corporation! Our state of the art machinery ensures precise and cost-effective die cut products. Our focus is to consistently provide excellent customer service. Our steel rule die conversion process enables us to attain accuracy and efficient means of mass producing cut parts.
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We do die cut gaskets and we do them well! For over twenty five years we have been providing our customers with nothing but the best! We are located in Nashville, Tennessee but we are dedicated to serving our ever growing customer base worldwide! With our broad inventory we are sure to have the exact product that you need! Visit our website today to learn more about what we may be able to do for you!
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Allow our staff to show you what we are capable of when it comes to die cut gaskets. We are able to offer short and long run productions and a broad selection of materials, we are sure to have exactly what you need! Our staff is also able to provide our clients with fast prototype delivery to ensure that we are manufacturing a product that will meet your requirements perfectly. To learn more about what we may do for you, come check out our website today!
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Die Cut Gasket

Die cut gaskets are ring-shaped sealants that create a tight seal between two mating parts to prevent liquids or air from leaking out. Any device or machine that confines gas or liquid has die cut gaskets, which compensate for non-conformity between two mating surfaces. Since all gaskets have thinner, flat profiles, most are manufactured through the die cutting process, which uses sharp metal dies or CO2 lasers in a cookie-cutter style cutting method.

Die cut gaskets are made from many different materials, including rubber, silicone, neoprene, viton, nitrile, foam, fiber, felt, plastic, cork and sponge. Because they are made out of so many different materials, gaskets have varying thicknesses, colors, densities, sizes, temperature resistances and life spans. Some are coated, while others may have an adhesive backing. Many different types of gaskets are produced this way, including EMI shielding gaskets, which must be able to withstand electromagnetic and radio frequencies, as well as bezel, enclosure, case and LCD gaskets for the electronics, telecommunications, aerospace, automotive and healthcare industries.

Different gaskets are manufactured by a few die cutting processes. The operating parameters vary by surface irregularities on the two mating machine surfaces, and they must meet specific pressure, temperature, media, electrical and environmental demands in order to work properly. They are cut by either steel rule dies or CO2 lasers, depending on their thicknesses. Steel rule die cutting is the most common die cutting process, and it forms the gasket shape by cutting the material with thin, sharp blade dies that are embedded in rubber and mounted on a solid wood block. For more complex designs, laser die cutting, which is CNC or CAD/CAM operated and fully automated, is able to manufacture parts with a high degree of accuracy and repeatability. There are two different methods of cutting the gasket's depth: crush or kiss cutting. Most gaskets are produced by crush cutting, which forms a full, clean cut through all the material. Kiss cutting, however, is specifically for gaskets that are adhesive-backed. During this process, the die or laser cuts through only the top layer of the material, leaving the paper backing whole. Because gaskets are always ring-shaped and hollow in the middle, the die cutting process always produces scrap materials, which are removed either manually or automatically after the die cutting has taken place.

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