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Die-cut with High Precision

'Make your print stand out with interesting die cutting'

What is Die Cutting?
In commercial printing, die cutting is a process that cuts slits or shapes out of a print project. The die cut is done after the project is printed but before it is folded, collated, or glued. With die cut you can create the same shape, with the exact same dimensions, over and over without using scissors, stencils, or a craft knife. It saves time and makes your cut-out shapes look professional and consistent every time.

Die cutting is part of the finishing process.
Die cutting is done after a print job has run through the printing press and is ready to be trimmed and finished in whatever manner the piece requires. A die is a thin, razor-sharp metal blade that is shaped, mounted on a base, and attached to a printing press. The printed sheets are then run through the press, and the die stamps each sheet individually to cut out the desired shape.

Cut with high precision
Vrijdag Premium Printing has various die cutting machines. Our die cuts are of high quality with guaranteed precision. We are able to process large volumes, while quality and precision remain consistent.

Applictaion of die cutting
Premium Printing produces luxury sustainable cardboard packaging, folding cardboard, solid cardboard, cigar bands, neck labels and collerettes (neck labels for bottles).

Cut special shapes
We have standard dies for common cuts. Often customers have special wishes for their packaging design. Therefore we can make custom dies, they increase the cost of the print project and add extra time to the production process.

Assembly service of Vrijdag Premium Printing
Vrijdag Premium Printing has its own assembly department. In addition to offset printing, finishing, punching and creasing, we are able to put together both simple and extremely complex packaging.

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Need advice about Die Cutting?

Do you have questions about die cutting? Seeking expert printing advise for new or existing packaging? Do you have questions about the special printing effects and how this can serve you? Feel free to get in touch.

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