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Laser Die Cutting Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of laser die cutting companies and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top laser die cutting companies with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any laser die cutting company can design, engineer, and provide laser die cutting services to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach laser die cutting 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 laser die cutting services, custom laser die cutting, and laser die cutting shapes.

  • Evansville, IN

    Electrical insulation, pressure-sensitive adhesives, plastic, foam and rubber are just a few of the materials that Thrust Industries can use to create die cut products. We also offer laser die cutting as well as a variety of other services. We have more than three decades of experience in our industry, so you can be sure that we can meet your order according to your exact specifications.

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  • Grand Rapids, MI

    We offer laser die cutting, screen printing assemblies, injection molding, extrusion and other services at Design Converting in order to meet the varied needs of our customers. We understand that precision is a primary concern when it comes to die cut products, so we take great care to ensure the quality and precision of our processes. Contact us to learn more.

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  • Garland, TX

    Heubach Corporation brings some of the best laser die cutting the industry has seen. Whether you want your product in rolls, sheets or individual parts. We have the capabilities to cater to your specific needs. We strive to bring the best products and highest quality customer service out there.

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  • Seattle, WA

    Gardico’s laser die cutting services are unmatched in quality by any other company. We’re proud to be a service-oriented company; we will work with our customers to ensure that they are satisfied with every aspect of their products. Check out our website to see our complete line of products and services – you’ll see that Gardico can meet your company’s need for die cut products.

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  • Carson City, NV

    Laser die cutting, gaskets, washers, o-rings, stampings, seals, pads and wicking are some examples of the products and services REDCO makes available to its customers. We are an American-owned and operated company, and we strive to offer our customers the best quality products and services. Get in touch with us to find the finest die cut products.

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  • Canonsburg, PA

    At National Rubber Corporation, we are an unrivaled leader for all your laser die cutting needs. Founded in 1997, National Rubber operates out of a 65,000 square foot facility. We take great pride in our ability to produce accurate die cut parts that are guaranteed to meet customer expectations and perform perfectly within the intended application. With our in-house testing and inspection capabilities, we can hold our parts to stringent quality standards.

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Lasers Leap Across Industries

During my time in high school, I worked at a scrapbook shop that specialized in laser cut outs. Actually, the term laser cuts was in the name itself. We had all of the other scrapbook amenities as well, scrapbook glue and stickers, we even offered classes every once in a while where people could bring in their projects and work on them in a fun space, but the majority of what we sold were laser cutouts that people could then paste into their desired scrapbook design. I was just a... Read More

The Latest Advances for Die Cutting Companies

Every industry is developing cutting edge and innovative techniques to improve efficiency, energy utilized and the amount of materials wasted in the manufacturing process, among other factors. For die cutting companies, a couple of recent advances have been made and are being utilized. CO2 laser cutting has greatly improved the quality of die cutting possible while also lessening the cost factors, while ultrasonic die cutting is achieving the same sorts of positive results but in a different fashion. Many die cutting companies are now using one or both of these... Read More

Laser Die Cutting: Into the Future

Lasers were once considered a tool of the future, a heat generated power that we imagined in the same category as flying cars and servant robots owned by those in the general public. However, lasers have been utilized in the industrial world for awhile now, and are able to do work crisply, cleanly and quickly. Other, more traditional methods are still used too, such as in the die cutting industry, but certain applications are much improved by the development of the laser die cutting machine. Laser die cutting is almost... Read More

Laser Die Cutting Vs. Traditional Die Cutting

Intricate, cut-out patterns on business brochures might be the most creative option for my business, but how can I make it the most cost-effective? Quantity and intricacy will play the biggest role in deciding which method I should use: laser or traditional die cutting. If I want to create a work brochure with simple shapes and designs, and I have a considerable quantity I need produced, the traditional die cutter will be my choice. The traditional die cutter utilizes a specially cut piece of metal, or die, which stamps out... Read More

Exponential Growth for Laser Die Cutting

Laser die cutting has been a proven method of precision forming in this decade, but where does the technology go from here? Researchers and innovators are reaching out for new procedures and technologies to further expand the laser revolution. These newer fabrications are designed for deeper boring, micro-trimming and extensive scribing. Laser cutting devices are now being manufactured for higher accessibility and compact designs with plug-and-play usability. Advancements like these have been a catalyst for making the technology more affordable. These new lasers are now obtainable for previously unthinkable environments... Read More

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Laser Die Cutting

Laser die cutting applies a fully-focused laser beam instead of a die in order to convert material into custom shapes and sizes. Performed on three-axis laser cutting machines that are typically computer-controlled, laser die cutting is used to cut materials that would not be possible to cut through conventional steel rule die cutting.

Able to cut to extremely tight tolerances, laser die cutters easily handle the most intricate of designs. Since laser die cutting is a high-speed process, laser die cutting companies are able to offer quick turnaround times. Also, since there is no die, and laser die cutting requires fewer workers, the process ends up being cost-effective as well as producing an improved product. Laser die cutting is available for almost any material including abrasives, elastics, rubber, adhesives, marble, glass, stone, wood, plexiglass, plastics, polymer films, styrene, acrylics and fabrics. From these materials, laser die cutters are able to produce labels, sleeves, cartons, architectural model cutting, stencils and custom display signage as well as a multitude of other applications. Common industries that utilize laser die cutting include automotive, paper, packaging, medical, electronic, textile, nameplate and construction.


The focused beam of laser die cutters makes it best suited for the energy transfer necessary to cut metals by melting or burning the material along a cut line. Assist gas such as nitrogen or carbon dioxide are used in conjunction with laser cutting to prepare newly cut surfaces for painting or corrosion resistance. There are three different types of lasers used in laser die cutting: C02 lasers, Nd:YAG lasers and Nd lasers. The most common type used by laser die cutters is a CO2 laser, which are one of the highest power continuous wave lasers. Much less commonly used are Nd lasers, which have low-repetition speed but are high energy lasers, and Nd-YAG lasers, which are very high energy lasers. As laser die cutting is usually computer-controlled, laser die cutting machines follow a pre-set design generated from a CAD program that is connected through a stepper into a CNC machine. The CNC automation enables the production of a large volume of uniformly converted materials. In addition, laser die cutting machines are available in two different configurations: flat laser die cutters and rotary laser die cutters. Flat laser die cutters are used to cut flat materials, such as sheet metal, while rotary die cutters are used to cut rolled stock materials, such as rubber rolls.