To die cut a label so that the backing sheet remains intact and the waste is removed - leaving the label on the backing sheet ready to be peeled off.
In die cutting, to cut through only the top layer or layers of pressure sensitive material and leave the backing stock uncut.
Also known as kiss die-cut. The action of cutting through the face material and adhesive layers of a self-adhesive sheet to make individual labels or decals without cutting through the liner.
A die cutting operation when the face material only is cut through avoiding any penetration of the silicone coating on the liner or backing.
Refers to a die cutting method where the die stops before rupturing the liner.
To die cut the top layer, but not the backing layer, of self-adhesive paper.
Cutting through the face stock of pressure sensitive material but not cutting through the liner.
A letterpress term used to describe the process of diecutting the top layer, but not the backing layer, of self-adhesive paper. Also referred to as a face cut.
A die-cutting operation which cuts through the face sheet to a liner, but not through the liner in any way. Refer NS & O.