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Rubber Die Cutting Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of rubber die cutting companies and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source rubber die cutting companies with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate rubber die cutting companies that will design, engineer, and provide rubber die cutting services for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading rubber die cutting companies. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for rubber die cutting systems, rubber die cut rings, or rubber die cut systems.

  • Evansville, IN

    We strive to provide rubber die cutting at a rate that is affordable to you. We are internationally recognized as a leading supplier of custom die cut rubber. Our skilled technicians will work with you to come up with a custom solution to your rubber die cutting need. Thin, hard rubber material can be cut to a tighter dimensional tolerance. We will use material off cuts to decrease costs for you and we will provide accurate pricing information quickly. Contact us to learn more!

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  • Franklin, WI

    Custom Fabricating & Supplies is a premier supplier of non-metallic, precision die cut gaskets, spacers and seals. Products can be die cut using steel rule die cutting, flatbed die cutting, digital knife cutting and laser die cutting. We have a large stock of materials including silicone rubber, Neoprene, EPDM, Poron®, RN-8011, cork, fishpaper, Nomex and much more. We can source most non-stock material or use customer-supplied materials. Fast turnaround times.

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  • Grand Rapids, MI

    The companies that are best equipped to meet customers’ needs for die cut products are the companies that pay the most attention to detail. Design Converting is uniquely equipped to meet customers’ rubber die cutting needs because we are committed to ensuring the preciseness of our processes and the quality of our products. Visit our website to learn more.

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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 65 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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Rubber Die Cutting Industry Information

Rubber Die Cutting

Rubber die cutting is a manufacturing process that forms sheets of rubber into flat, thin shapes with the use of blades or lasers. Rubber is one of the most common materials that is die cut because it is easy to penetrate and leaves a clean cut each time. There are also many flat rubber shapes that are used in both commercial and industrial applications.

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Applications of Rubber Die Cutting

Die cutting is a fast, automated, and cost-effective method of forming shapes of any size in small or large runs, so it is the most popular method to manufacture products like rubber gaskets, stickers, grommets, bumpers, bushings, washers, and noise absorbers.

Rubber die cut products are used in many applications and industries, such as:

  • Electronic
  • Manufacturing
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Aviation
  • Military and Transportation Industries

These products form a water and air tight seal, absorb shock and noise, and reduce unwanted vibration caused by heavy machinery.

Any type of rubber may be die cut, including:

  • Natural Rubber
  • Red Rubber
  • Neoprene
  • Silicone Rubber
  • Cloth-Inserted Rubber
  • Open or Closed Cell Sponge Rubber
  • Synthetic Neoprene Rubber
  • Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) Rubber

Process of Rubber Die Cutting

Most modern die cutting machines are fully automated and CNC (computer numeric control) operated. First, a detailed drawing with all the part's dimensions and tolerances are uploaded into computer software, where a cutting device (either a laser or sharp blade and guided by the computer) carries out the cutting technique. Most rubber die cut products are custom cut, meaning they are designed to unique and exact specifications for each customer. The most common way to cut rubber material is via the steel rule die cutting method, where a flat, cookie cutter-like die containing sharp blades in the shape of the product's design is cut through a thin rubber sheet with pressure. Rubber products are also sometimes cut by lasers, which perform the cutting action with high temperatures that melt the rubber.

Die cutting produces two main types of rubber products: kiss cut shapes and crush cut shapes. Most rubber products are crush cut, meaning the laser or blade completely penetrates through the whole piece of material. Kiss cutting, on the other hand, is used to make products like adhesive-backed gaskets, which adhere to a surface. Kiss cut rubber products are cut from a multi-layered sheet of material that is rubber on the top, paper on the bottom, and adhesive material in the middle. The cutting device is programmed to cut as deep as the adhesive but not through the bottom layer. The resulting product is a sheet of stickers, pads, or other adhesive-backed product.



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