Our metal die cutting service
- 360-DEGREE INDEXING POSSIBLE FOR ALL TOOLS. see examples
- IDEAL FOR ALUMINUM AND GALVANIZED OR SATIN-FINISH STEEL.
Types of embossing:
“Knock out” embossing
Allows a section of material to be removed, when necessary. Mostly used in electrical applications.
Used to create a wiring path in an electrical box. Tie-wraps can be inserted though the openings.
Creates space for hardware or a raised area where support points can be placed on a product.
Makes room for hardware or creates a raised area where support points can be placed on a product.
Half-shear embossing (1 of 2)
Embossing is used to assemble pieces to a very high degree of accuracy, without having to use a template. A bump is created on the parts.
Half-shear embossing (2 of 2)
Matching holes on the part to be assembled make it possible to position the part quickly and accurately without other tools or measurements.
Creates hinges directly on the metal, saving the cost of materials and reducing installation time.
Used to guide electronic boards.
Continuous ventilation louver
Adjustable-size opening for ventilation.
Fixed-size opening for ventilation.
Makes it possible to mill screw holes in a fraction of a second. Eliminates the next step of milling by hand.
All punches can be indexed to 360 degrees. New shapes can also be made using smaller punches that will cut through the metal.
Punch engraving is used to identify or position parts. It doesn't add an aesthetic quality, but it serves its purpose.
Laser engraving for comparison
A laser beam cuts continuously, unlike a mechanical punch. This technical difference means laser cutting can provide an uninterrupted, uniform look.