Die Cutter Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Evansville, IN

    We know that high tech products require die cut parts that are created with precision and care. We have the highest quality standards in the die cutting industry because we know that with die cutting accuracy is so important. After we cut the prototype for your product and after receiving your approval we pledge that your orders will be shipped within ten business days or less. We know timelines matters this is why we strive to meet every deadline, every time. Get in touch with us today!

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  • Franklin, WI

    CFS is an ISO 9001:2015 manufacturer of custom die cuts. We supply laser, steel rule, automated flatbed and standard rotary die cutting, dieless knife cutting services. Precision die cutting achieves tolerances as tight as +/- 0.002". Services include kitting, sheeting, perforating, kiss cutting, tabs and split liners. Printing available on die cuts in performed in our ISO Class 7 Clean Room. We supply many diverse industries including aerospace, electronics, military, medical and LED lighting.

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  • Grand Rapids, MI

    At Design Converting, we take pride in our ability to present our customers with products that precisely match their designs. Our die cut shapes are the most precise in the industry. We are die cutters of many materials, including plastics, rubber, felt, cork, foam, foils, textiles, adhesives and several other examples. Visit our website to learn how our company can serve yours.

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  • Seattle, WA

    Gardico has been providing superior products and workmanship to industrial customers since 1977. Our die cutting capabilities satisfy needs for standard and custom gaskets, pads, insulators and decorative pieces in quantities from 5 or 10 to tens of thousands. We work with stock or customer provided materials: rubber, foam, vegetable fiber, cloth, cork, felt, gasket sheet, thin plastics and foils.

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  • Carson City, NV

    REDCO offers complete die cutting services to produce custom die cut gaskets and other custom die cuts that perfectly match our customers’ specifications. All of our steel rule dies are laser cut to guarantee quality and accuracy of the finished product. We have over 70 years of experience in die cutting non-metallic and metal parts. We strive to provide the best possible prices, the best-quality products and on-time deliveries to a wide range of industries.

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Die Cutter Industry Information

Die Cutter

Die cutters are tools that are used to cut specially designed shapes out of sheets or slabs of material. There are many different kinds of die cutter configurations. The simplest die cutters consist of thin, steel blades called dies, which cut special shapes.

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Applications of Die Cutters

  • Metals
  • Rubber
  • Plastic
  • Textiles
  • Wood

They create these materials by using sharp metal dies or CO2 lasers in a cookie-cutter style cutting method. The demand for die cut products extends across industrial, commercial, and consumer products contexts. Die cut gaskets, in particular, are very important industrial components. They are essential parts of many kinds of process equipment, and they are used in automobile engines as well to create a seal between parts in an engine block. Die cut gaskets are usually made out of rubber or metal.

Die cutting is also important to many commercial operations. Plastic die cut bags are among some of the most common point-of-purchase packaging materials; they are provided to customers at checkout lines at bookstores, grocery stores, gift shops, and in all kinds of other settings. Office-based businesses, particularly those with high or emerging corporate profiles, tend to employ embellishments like office door name plates and corporate logos in their work spaces. These products can be created by die cutting. Consumers make extensive use of die cut products as well; in addition to their use as shopping bags, die cut products are used as Christmas ornaments, key chains, as faceplates for electronics, and many other examples.

Notable Types of Die Cutting Processes

There are several types of die cutting, including rotary, steel rule, ultrasonic, and laser die cutting. During rotary die cutting, angled blades on a cylindrical die and an anvil crush cut the material. With this type of die cutting, the material is usually cut in continuous roll form. This process is capable of producing die cut parts in large volumes in short amounts of time. During steel rule die cutting, the material is crushed between two parallel plates. In ultrasonic die cutting, the vibrations of a metal horn generate heat and pressure; these vibrations are then used to die cut and seal shapes. Laser cutting involves directing a concentrated beam of light at the surface of a product, creating a cut at the beam’s focal point. Laser cutting is almost always controlled by computers and three-axis laser cutting machines. This is among the most accurate, and often most expensive, die cutting processes.

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