Definitions for "STEEL RULE DIE"
Keywords:  cutter, die, dieboard, clicker, jig
A cutting die that is produced by inserting sharpened pre-finished blades into jig sawed or laser cut die lines into a maple, birch or composite dieboard. The rule is too thin to support itself as in a clicker or forged high die. The thickness of steel rule die blades in a steel rule die are measured in points. A point equals . 014".
A tool used to cut flex circuits (and other materials) from a panel.
a cutting device with blades in a particular pattern, often used to make popular paper products such as cartons, corrugated cardboard boxes, specially-shaped envelopes, etc