The process of using dies or sharp steel rules to cut shapes in materials.
the use of sharp steel rules to cut shapes (like envelopes and folders) for printed and unprinted materials - can be down on both a flat bed as well as a rotary press.
Special cutting device for punching holes or slits in covers, etc.
the process of using specially designed cutting tools to create custom shapes or cutouts in printed materials.
Process of using a sharp steel rule to cut special shapes in paper.
The use of sharp steel blades to cut a specific shape from printed sheets.
The process of using a sharp knife or edged steel rules to cut special or irregular shapes for labels, greeting cards, and containers.
the process of cutting special shapes or holes in paper, using specially fashioned steel knives.
A method of using a sharp steel rule to cut shapes in paper.
The process by which shapes are cut from paper or card.
The process of using sharp steel rules to cut special shapes in the paper being used in the production of a project. At BOPI our Heidelberg die-cutter precisely die cuts images up to 22 x 30-3/8 maximum. Die-cutting and scoring can take place using the same die.
A system that uses dies to make special cuts or patterns into paper or board
A method of using sharp steel ruled stamps or rollers to cut various shapes i.e. labels, boxes, image shapes, either post press or in line. As well as the process of cutting paper in a shape or design by the use of a wooden die or block in which are positioned steel rules in the shape of the desired pattern. he total cost of the job will increase.)
Using a sharp metal rule to cut irregular shapes in paper.
The use of a sharp, formed piece of metal to cut out specific shapes in a piece of paper.
Using a formed, metal-edged die to precision cut or to cut shapes into a piece of paper.
Male and female dies are used to cut out paper or board in desired shapes.
Process of cutting special shapes from printed sheets by pressure and with thin steel blades so that part of the sheet is excised. Used to achieve visual and functional special effects in printed material. Usually done on a relatively strong, heavy paper stock, though die-cutting is sometimes done on lighter weight papers.
Stamping out print with a custom made cutter to produce a folder or another individual shape.
Using sharp steel blades to cut shapes from printed sheets.
using a die to cut holes or irregular outlines
The process of cutting various paper shapes, particularly with envelopes.
The process of using sharp steel rules to cut special shapes for labels, boxes and containers, from printed sheets. Die-cutting can be done on either flat-bed or rotary presses. Rotary die-cutting is usually done inline with the printing.
The process of using sharp metal rules to cut shapes and designs into paper. Die-cutting includes cutout shapes and sculpted edges.
To cut a specific shape from printed paperusing a Cutting Die.
The process of using sharp steel blades known as rules to cut a shape into paper or board.
When sharp steel blades are used to cut shapes from printed sheets. Rotary die-cutting is usually done on press with the printing.
Using a metal-edged die or laser, shapes are cut into paper. This may be for the purpose of creating a decorative pattern or for functional needs such as making a pocket folder.