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Die Cutter Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of die cutter manufacturers and suppliers. Find die cutter companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture die cutters to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top die cutter manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the die cutter companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of custom die cuts, die cutter for metal, and cut out patterns of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Evansville, IN

    When it comes to our die cutter we have the best! We are at the top of our industry and our customers know it. Our main goal is to provide customer service that exceeds expectation every time you do business with us in hopes of keeping you coming back for all of your die cutting needs. Our company has over thirty five years of industry experience that you can trust. Visit our website today or get in touch with our customer service representatives now!

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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

    The quality of our products will amaze you, our die cutters included! It is our hope to turn our first time clients into lifelong connections by providing unmatched customer service and a product value that cannot be topped by the competition. Our extensive inventory includes natural and synthetic rubbers, sponge and foam and many other different materials. To find out more information visit our website or send our staff an email today!

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  • Garland, TX

    Heubach Corporation strives to be the best in whatever role you need us whether it is foam fabricator or a die cutter. We pride ourselves on being able to find ways for you to reduce your cost and increase productivity. You can count on us for quality products and outstanding customer service.

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  • Akron, OH

    Our die cutters are sure to please. We are able to fabricate products and fill orders that are exactly to our customers specifications while using the highest quality products that are available. Our skilled engineering team will work closely with you in order to come up with a cost effective product that will fulfill your needs and assist you in finishing the project that you have been working on. Check out our website today or email our staff to learn more!

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  • Carson City, NV

    We strive to provide the most advanced die cutters available. We are able to supply many industries and a variety of applications such as bearings, electrical, furniture, glass, oil, power generation, vacuum cleaners, woodworking and commercial/industrial. Bring us your business and we will bring you products that last for a lifetime and won’t quit until long after you are done with them. Visit our website today to learn more!

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  • Canonsburg, PA

    Founded in 1997, the National Rubber Corporation is here to exceed your die cutter needs. Precision die cutting is a process of converting sheets or rolls of non-metallic materials into die cut parts with speed, accuracy and uniformity. Die cutting is fast, consistent and cost-effective for parts that range from miniature washers to large gaskets. Accurate die cut parts applications include seals, gaskets, bumper pads, barriers, packing, vibration dampers, and diaphragms, among others.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

The Die Cut Machine Comes In Small, Too!

When I think about die cutting, my thoughts will turn to giant machines made to cut shapes out of large sheets of aluminum. The machines are always in a factory setting, with some large, industrial backdrop. But in reality, the die cutting machine is not tethered to one size or shape. In fact, my best friend has a die cut machine in her house, and her house is most certainly not a factory. My best friend is a scrapbooker. She likes to create birthday cards, holiday decorations, and home d... Read More

Winning With Die Cutting

The process of die cutting comes with many different advantages over other processes. Die cutters can be thought of as giant cookie cutters in the manufacturing world. Although cookie cutters are typically run by human contact, die cut machines run independently and produce faster than humanly possible. A die cutting machine's greatest achievement is that it has the ability to cut many identical shapes very quickly. This makes it possible to quickly create intricate shapes that would take hours by hand or other methods. Speeding up the production process is... Read More

The Industrial Cookie Cutters

Making cut-out cookies with my family is a favorite childhood memory as well as a traditional holiday activity that I hope will continue all my life. Making the homemade sugar cookie dough, fighting over favorite cookie cutters and playing with flour while music plays and baking cookie smells fill the kitchen is the epitome of comfort and joy for my family. I have heard that there is actually a cutting of industrial material process that closely resembles cookie cutter methods, but without the warm smells and flour involved. However this... Read More

Die Cutter: The Do-It-Yourself Model

Die Cutting Products Photos Courtesy of Gardico. Do-it-yourself projects are popular during this economic crunch time. Purchasing tools and materials to make items you need yourself is more affordable then the ulterior option of buying the thing whole or having to go to a shop to get the thing custom made. Crafts such as Christmas ornaments or homemade placemats fall into this do-it-yourself category, as do more industrial projects such as making your own gaskets for your car. To make a gasket instead of buying one, a die cutter, which... Read More

The Die Cutter and the Small Town

One year in elementary school I can't remember which our class took a trip to a local factory. The factory created mostly paper products, but they also produced sheets of wall paneling. The experience is an unforgettable one for a number of reasons, but as I reflect on it now I realize that seeing the process that creates these sheets of paneling was the first time I ever saw a die cutter outside the standard, domestic type. The rather nervous school teachers and other chaperons who were responsible for our... Read More

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Die Cutter

Die cutters are tools that are used to cut specially designed shapes out of sheets or slabs of material. Die cutters can be used to cut all kinds of materials, including metals, rubber, plastic, textiles and wood, 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 book stores, 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 nameplates 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 face plates for electronics and many other examples.

There are many different kinds of die cutter configurations. The simplest die cutters consist of thin, steel blades called dies, which cut special shapes. 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 crush cut 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.