Exciting Advantages of Die-Cutting
The die-cutting procedure enables large quantities of flat components to be quickly processed. This usually leads to very low unit costs, but the die-cut tools have to be made individually. The cutting itself then takes place at high speed at which many parts can be cut out at the same time.
A variety of materials can be cut using a die-cutting process. These are mainly thin, flat materials like foils, plastics, paper and textiles. In addition, thicker substances like composite materials, cardboard, leather, textiles and metal sheets can be die-cut. For us, die-cutting serves more as an internal processing step and that’s why we focus on the materials that we use in our production processes.