Steel rule die is a specific type of die cutting process that is used to cut paper, cardboard, rubber, and plastic. In fact, nearly all commonly manufactured boxes and packages are created using the steel rule die cutting process. One of the reasons that this process is so commonly used for packaging is that in addition to cutting, it can also make slits, creases, and perforations into paper and plastic products, which makes it easy to create 3D packages and containers for a variety of uses. Continue reading
Die Cutting Photo Courtesy of Jonco Industries, Inc.
Every production method has a most basic level of operation, the level that started the trend or made the process popular enough to want to create alterations for specific applications. When it comes to the die cutting industry, the most basic technique involves steel rule dies. Working like a stamp, but one with Continue reading