die cutting

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die cutting

[′dī ‚kəd·iŋ]
(engineering)
(graphic arts)
Cutting special shapes, such as labels, from printed sheets by using sharp steel rules; often done at the same time as the printing.
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Request for quotations : die-cut embossed aluminum foil lids with round printing with tongue
Summary: Die-Cut adhesive is the sticky surface commonly used to join parts through surface contact when forced together with external pressure.
Many quilters who use applique, patchwork patterns, or repeated motifs in their art swear b) die-cut machines.
It is now possible to die-cut dark printed labels avoiding the typical and unsightly "white edge".
The line features a tote bag created in 10 different colors with the classic Kaos die-cut design on all four sides.
9 March 2015 - US-based agribusiness and food company Bunge Ltd.'s (NYSE: BG) Bunge North America operating arm has purchased the assets of US-based die-cut food pellet maker Heartland Harvest, Inc., the company said.
Macedonia, OH, November 16, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Trusted Macedonia, OH-based experts for sealing products, Expert Gasket & Seal are now offering their clients direct access to the latest custom die-cut gaskets in the local marketplace.
This model is versatile and can die-cut various materials including paper, cardboard, fluted, plastic and corrugated items.
Interstate Specialty Products of Sutton, US has launched custom membranes and filter media, die-cut and packaged to match precise customer requirements for separating air, liquids, and particulates.
* Little or no oozing, helping die-cut pieces retain their clean edge and virtually eliminating adhesive residue on cutting blades, liner backing and/or die-cut part surfaces
Bonding agent is applied as a liquid, hot melt, die-cut film, molded gasket, ribbon, filament, or coextrusion.
PCF gaskets can be die-cut specifically to fit underneath the LCD screen in handheld devices.