Die-cutting is an important stage to cut a printed paper of an artwork, which cannot be cut by cutting machines. To do this we need a die, which itself is a process of cutting a job according to the client’s needs.
The diemaker arranges blade on wooden slab according to artwork we give. After it is ready, we should mount it on a punching machine. After we punch it, we will get the finished job according to the client needs. Some samples of diecut jobs are given below.
We can use diecut to cut jobs which are not possible in regular cutting machine. Like designing envelope, stickers, wobbler, carton boxes, packing boxes, and other jobs which we cannot cut using regular cutting machine.
To design an artwork for die, an outline for cutting the job and a dotted line for folding. To get more details regarding die-cuts have a look at below given websites, where you get more details regarding die-cuts
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