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Die Cut Foam Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of die cut foam manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top die cut foam manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any die cut foam company can design, engineer, and manufacture die cut foam to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach die cut foam companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of die cut foam inserts, die cutting foam sheet, and die cut plastic foam.

  • Evansville, IN

    For the best die cut foam in the business, look to the die cutting experts! Here we offer our customers the attention to detail they deserve at the prices they want! We are the foam experts and we are committed to providing you with high quality products at a great value. Our customers look to us to provide solutions that will get the job done right.

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  • Grand Rapids, MI

    We provide our customers with the best die cut foam options in the world. We work hard to bring the very best quality and technology to all our customers, no matter where you are located or what you do! We believe in offering the best quality in every application, from the smallest samples and prototypes to huge, ongoing orders. Find out what makes us different on our website!

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  • Seattle, WA

    If you have been looking for die cut foam with great product value at a low competitive cost then stop searching! We have over thirty years of experience that you can count on for all of your die cutting needs. Our engineers are able to work with materials such as neoprene, EPDM CCS, Silicon, and a broad host of others. To learn more about what we may be able to do for you, visit our website or send an email to our customer service representatives today!

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  • Garland, TX

    For over 24 years, we have been providing the industry with solutions like foam barication and die cut foam products. You can count on our experience and expertise to get the job done, and to get it done right. We have high speed die cutting capability to produce fold lines, scores, perforated cuts and partial cuts. We specialize in all flexible items including HDPE, LDPE and non-woven laminates.

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  • Akron, OH

    Cutting and fabricating of non-metallic gaskets from a variety of materials: Neoprene, Buna-N, EPDM, Viton, Silicone, Natural Rubber, die cut foam and much more! From your most common washer type gaskets to your most intricate detailed gasket designs, we cut to your specs with the highest quality in mind. Fast prototypes, short or long runs – we welcome all requests!

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  • Carson City, NV

    We have over 65 years of experience in die cutting including providing die cut foam. Our staff has the capabilities to work with you to develop a product that will be as unique as you need it to be. We will have the prototype to you in a short amount of time. We are able to provide the kind of custom work that you have come to rely on. To learn more about what we may do for you, visit our website or email one of our customer service representatives today!

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  • Canonsburg, PA

    As a recognized nationwide supplier of die cutting services, National Rubber Corporation can handle all of your die cut foam needs. We provide precision die cut parts with speed, accuracy and uniformity. Our team of engineers can help our customers with material, tolerance and process information to help choose the right material to customer specification. With an emphasis on customer satisfaction, our company is here to serve you and your die cut foam needs.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Die Cutting Is #1

My parents and I went to a professional basketball game recently as an early birthday present for my dad. He has been a long time fan of our state's basketball team and had yet to travel to a game. There are many fun things simultaneously going on at a sports game; the video and music coming from the display overhead, the abundant food and drinks being marketed from every level, the crazed sports fans yelling crazy things at the top of their lungs. This was my dad's first time attending... Read More

Die Cut Foam: The Shock Absorber

Die Cut Foam Photo Courtesy of Thrust Industries. Foam is not a material often on display because its purpose is usually within an object or system rather then on the outside in a visible position. This is because foam is an excellent shock absorber and vibration absorber, making it the perfect padding for applications such as packaging, cushioning, inserts and insulation. All of these applications can be utilized in a variety of sizes and shapes, which means a production process that is flexible and quick is necessary for creating foam... Read More

Die Cut Foam: Protecting and Cushioning

Foam is a very widely used material that is used in many products, applications and services. It can be found in furniture, protective cases, cushions, padding, packaging and many other places. As a great protective material, foam often helps house sensitive products that are kept in a case such as a camera or camcorder. These pieces of foam are cut out custom to match the exact size of the product so it eliminates any movement during travel that could potentially damage the item. Die cut foam like this has become... Read More

IQS Newsroom Featured Profile: Design Converting, Inc.

Die Cutting The mission of Design Converting, Inc. is clear cut: to be the choice supplier for plastic die cutting, foam die-cutting, rubber die-cutting, fabrication and secondary services to its valued customers. Offering further processes such as laminating, screen-printing and stamping, DCI has grown both in service capability and in customers since our formation in 1996. Read More...... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Die Cut Foam

Die cut foam products are shapes cut out of foam sheets by a die cutter. Die cutters are stamping or rolling tools that cut specially designed shapes out of flat sheets. Die cutters can also be used to cut shapes out of metal, plastic, wood, rubber and other materials. Die cut foam is used to make several different products.

Die cut foam offers shock and vibration absorption when used in packaging, inserts, insulation, and cushioning. Gaskets, seals, cushion pads, insulators, vibration mounts, sound dampening products and a wide variety of other products can involve die cut foam in some way. Die cut foam is especially popular as a permanent packaging and cushioning material. Many expensive, portable electronics or other sensitive equipment that is stored in casings while not in use or for travel are secured in their cases by specially-shaped, die cut foam products. Camera lenses, for example, can be protected by carefully formed, die cut cushions that are long lasting and impact-absorbent. Die cut foam is also popular as an acoustically absorbent material for use in recording studios and radio stations. Also, novelty products like sports team promotional materials are often made of die cut foam.

All die cut foam products are made in die cut machines. Every die cut machine can be specially configured to create a specific shape. During the process of die cutting, thin blades, called dies, are used to cut out shapes in various types of materials. Different types of die cutting include flat and rotary laser die cutting, blade type rotary die cutting, ultrasonic die cutting, and steel rule die cutting. Die cut foam can be produced by any of these types of die cutting. A foam is technically any material in which gas bubbles are suspended. In the context of die cut foam products, foamed synthetic polymers are the most common raw materials. Neoprene, polystyrene, polyethylene, PVC and polyurethane are just a few examples of common raw materials that are turned into die cut foam products. Each raw material offers different qualities of softness, strength, durability, shelf life and resistance to high or low temperatures. Carefully selecting the right die cut foam material for its application is important for every professional considering the use of die cut foam products.

Die Cut Foam
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