We design, develop, and produce converted products according to your process requirements.
We know that each of our customers has their own unique and individual production processes. A purely standard product offering “one size fits all” would therefore not be compatible with our philosophy – meeting each of our customers’ exact application requirements with the product they need to perfectly suit their process. We understand that sometimes even the smallest differences between production processes can result in a range of different product requirements and can thus have an impact on the design of the final product solution. Customization is the keyword here, something that we can claim to be specialists at.
We provide efficient customized solutions
No matter what kind of production process is involved or how you want to apply your tape: We can deliver the tape in the format you need for your application. We design and offer the exact customized system solution that you require, thereby contributing to a time- and cost-efficient production process. Our worldwide team of professionals will give you expert advice and support on the correct solution package for your process. This includes developing a product design which optimizes costing, the creation of drawings and the most efficient delivery form. Furthermore, we can supply prototypes at short notice and provide a wide range of application systems. Both our laser and cutting plotters give us a high degree of flexibility when it comes to creating first samples of your die cuts for initial tests. We are experienced in a wide range of application fields, which means we can provide solutions quickly.
Our die cuts are developed to perfectly suit your manufacturing process. With the aid of special design features, we can make the application of your individual die cuts in difficult areas or complex contours possible, ensuring the highest degree of precision and efficiency in your process.
Finger lift: Neutralized (non-adhesive) part of the die cut that can be touched and used to move/position the die cut.
Extended covering liner: Extended part of the covering liner that can be touched and used to move/position the die cut.
Features that help the user to determine the exact positioning of the die cut. These features can be punched through (physical locating features), but also printed (visual locating features) onto the die cut.
The release liner is precut during the production process and is often used as an alternative to a finger lift. The slitted liner can optimize the application method of the die cut by improving placement accuracy and preventing adhesive contamination.
A series of intermittent cuts in the release liner ease the separation from the roll or sheet. The die cut can be removed with the liner from the roll.
The die cut has adhesive and non-adhesive zones in accordance with the customer’s requirements.
A punch through is a complete cut through all material layers. It is possible to combine this process with the multi-level cutting process and only punch out specific parts of the die cut.
Family sheets are recommended when the customer requires a number of different-sized products made of the same material for one production step.
The purpose of the retaining tab is to keep the die cut attached to the liner at specific points while the rest of the contour is completely cut (through all layers). Hence the die cut is not punched out completely as the tabs keep the die cut on the roll/sheet at several small spots.
Product data can be printed on the liner according to customer’s requirement – often in combination with sheets or rolls with liner perforation.
Product identification features provide information to the production worker or to the end user, or simply brand the product. They include instructions for use, product codes, or left and right marking to reduce application errors.
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