The action of cutting or bursting through the required number of layers of material in the profile of the required shape.
The method of using sharp edged cutting dies to cut out shapes from a wide array of soft to semi-rigid materials. The action of making piece parts form bulk materials using cutting dies and presses.
The process of cutting shapes out of paper using preformed or custom formed steel rules.
Male and female dies are used to cut out paper or board in desired shapes.
Using a die to cut holes or irregular outlines in display work or book covers.
A printing process using a sharp, metal die to cut irregular shapes out of paper or vinyl.
A process of putting a shape or design on paper using metal dies
Method of cutting pieces into shapes or designs using a "cookie-cutter" like steel cutting die.
The cutting of metal, paperboard, plastic, or other material by dies. (adj.) Die-cut; having been shaped, cut, blanked, punched (for holes), etc., on a die cutting operation.
The "stamping out" of foam into parts, useful for long runs of cut parts requiring consistency in size.
Custom cuts made to a printed page from a special die attached to a letter press.
Cutting images into or out of paper.
The process by which a steel die is used to cut paper into a variety of shapes and sizes.
The process of using specially designed cutting tools to create custom shapes or cutouts in printed materials.
a master pattern is created in the form of a steel die from which identical replicas can be stamped out in softer metals.
Fabricating process to make any shape or geometric pattern, design, square, rectangle, circle, etc. through the use of steel rule dies, rotary or circular dies, thermal and clicker dies, as well as machined compound and progressive die tooling.
Cutting images in or out of paper.
One of the more trendy uses of die cutting is often applied to the bagâ€™s handle. By using the same, continuous substrate for both the handle and the bag, the design element makes a very modern, seamless fashion statement. The handles are oftentimes reinforced making it what is known in the industry as a â€œpatch handleâ€. Die cutting can also be used for creating a window in the bag. This is often used in the packaging of food products.
Curing images in or out of paper.
( http://www.iqsdirectory.com/die-cutting/) â€“ The cutting out of parts from foam using a process that is similar to stamping out the part. It is good for long duration runs of cut parts that necessitate uniformity in size.
The cutting of finished sheets of blisters or blister cards into individual pieces using a steel rule die.
Process for blanking or cutting sheet or roll materials to pre-determined shapes for membrane switch components, graphic overlays and labels.
The process of using sharp cutting blocks to remove cut out areas/images of a printed sheet.
a tool similar to a pastry cutter using thin blades pressing down to cut and / or crease irregular shapes in card
The use of sharp steel blades to cut special shapes from printed sheets.
cutting irregular shapes in paper using metal rules mounted on a letter press.
Refers to a mechanical press operation used to punch a shape out of paper.
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.
Industrial technique in which a die pattern is created in steel. This steel die, or master, is used to stamp out identical articles of a softer metal. Virtually all pattern flatware is created in this fashion.
The process of using sharp steel rules to cut special shapes for folders, boxes or containers from printed sheets.
A process of using sharp steel to cut special shapes for chipboard boxes and inserts. dividers: Slotted or folded pieces of chipboard fitted together to form compartments and placed in a base without being attached to it. Used to isolate interior sections of a box. Also called partitions.
When parts are cut into individual pieces using a steel rule die. Sharp steel rule dies are formed to desired shape in a wooden carrier for cutting labels. A die may be one or more “up” (one cavity or more). Common knife refers to a multiple-up die with a kiss cut or a single knife cut to the release liner between labels, known at Lustre-Cal as a strip die. The other basic format is a multiple die with space between cavities, known at Lustre-Cal as an individual units die. The space between cavities allows for cutting down to individual units. A single cavity die is an individual units die.
Steel rule die cutting creates shapes. Mechanical die-cuts are made using sharp steel rules formed into the desired shape and set into a wooden die board. Mounted into a press these rules are designed to cut, score, crease or perforate when pressed against paper. Standard dies are readily available for pocket folders and other common uses. Custom designs require more time and expense since the dies must be created from scratch.
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.
A method of cutting shapes and designs into paper with the use of a metal dies
The process of using dies or sharp steel rules to cut any shape for labels. Refer NS & O.
or SINKING: process where a master pattern is reproduced in steel to form a die from which an identical article of a softer metal can be stamped out.
( http://www.diecutting.net) â€“ The use of a steel rule die to cut finished sheets of blisters or blister cards to create individual pieces.
Stanssaus Stansa See die cut
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 flatbed or rotary presses. Rotary die cutting is usually done inline with the printing.
Piercing the paper or other substrate with a knife-edge steel blade. These can be straight single cuts, slots for the insertion of other items, or holes cut to any shape or size.
Using a formed, meta-edged die to precision cut, or to cut shapes into a piece of paper. If a printing project requires a custom-made die, the total cost of the job will increase. See Laser Engraving.
Die cutting & die cut machines manufacturers; including die cut parts & cutting equipment.
(1) Blanking q.v., (2) Cutting shapes from sheet stock by striking it sharply with a shaped inife edge known as a XXsteel-rule die. Clicking and Dinking are other names for die cutting of this kind.