Flat bed die cutting
Precision die cutting
We utilise bespoke cutting methods to produce high-end and high performance components, for all types of self-adhesive and non-adhesive products.
Flat bed medical die cutting
Medical die cutting of all types of self-adhesive and non-adhesive products used in numerous medical device applications is a major part of PolarSeal’s production. To produce a die-cut, certain parameters need to be assessed such as material type, tolerance, volume, and final presentation required. Once these have been assessed and the feasibility of producing the required die-cut ascertained, the machine and tool type is then selected. There are four main tooling options: steel rule, two-part die set, rotary die, or rotary flexi-die with cutting tolerance down to ±0.003mm achievable, subject to the type of material being cut. Presentation is a very important item to be addressed as the correct presentation relative to the product and your manufacturing methods will result in cost-effective, time-saving processes. With over 30 years of experience, PolarSeal will guide you in the choice of individual pieces, roll form, dry edge, split liner, sprocket holed, or other configuration for an efficient engineered part.
MAXIMUM DIE-CUT SIZE: 250mm x 200mm
Why use PolarSeal for die cutting?
PolarSeal’s variety of die cutting techniques and methods can be optimized to suit your application and production volume, resulting in cost savings and improved efficiency.
Our processes are designed to die cut many materials, including tape, adhesive, foam, silicone foam, fabric, film, and more.
Frequently Asked QUestions
Cutting is converting specified material into precision components. The shape and type of components can be tailored using a variety of cutting techniques.
- Custom shapes can be created in a simple process quickly and effectively.
- A variety of designs can be cut even through multiple layers.
- High volume can be achieved.
- High volume production
- High precision and accuracy
- Combining multiple process in the same line such as lamination and printing
- Less expensive tooling
- Ability to cut through thicker materials
- Waste reduction
You will have the ability to cut very large parts that not many machines can convert.