CLICKER PRESS CUTTING BOARDS

Cutting boards play a big part in how well and fast you are able to cut. Efficient cutting is driven by three factors.

  1. type of Die
  2. type of press.
  3. type of cutting board

Most people go years before discovering that a different type of die or cutting board can significantly improve their production time. If your going to be cutting many different types of material, the Nylon board is the most common and most versatile, but if your cutting the same material every day, you may want to experiment with different cutting boards to see what works best for you.

We offer replacement Nylon boards for our presses, but, because of high shipping costs we refer most of our customers their local plastics supplier for the best price. Cutting boards are big and heavy so it's just not practical to ship larger boards competitively.

There are several types of cutting boards that people use ranging from Nylon to Copper.

Here are some companies that are nationwide that many of our customers rely on.





Here are some different types of cutting boards that are commonly used for die cutting

Red/Brown Polypropylene

Shore Hardness D: 72
Service Temperature (short-time): -10/+90 °C
Test Methods: Shore Hardness D (ISO868),
Notched Impact Strength (ISO179)
Modulus of Elasticity in Flexion (ISO527-1),
Coefficient of Linear Expansion (DIN53752)

Standard White Nylon

Shore Hardness D: 78
Service Temperature (short-time): 0/+110 °C
Test Methods: Shore Hardness D (ISO868),
Notched Impact Strength (ISO179),
Modulus of Elasticity in Flexion (ISO527-1),
Coefficient of Linear Expansion (DIN53752)

Nylon Grey

Shore Hardness D: 76
Service Temperature (short-time): 0/+110 °C
Test Methods: Shore Hardness D (ISO868)
Notched Impact Strength (ISO179),
Modulus of Elasticity in Flexion (ISO527-1)
Coefficient of Linear Expansion (DIN53752)

Polycarbonate Thermoplastic (Lexan)

Shore Hardness D: 80
Service Temperature 250 ∞F
Test Methods: Shore Hardness D (ISO868)
Notched Impact Strength 9200 psi
Modulus of Elasticity in Flexion ASTM D790 350ksi