Precision Digital Die-Cutting
AMD Converting & Label provides precision die cutting with rotary, flat bed / steel rule, and punch press services. Using butt-cut, die-cut, kiss-cut, and sheet processes, die cutting can be performed on almost any material from paper to cork, fabrics, to spring steel.
Primarily, we focus on the needs of industries including (but not limited to):
- Prime Label
We manufacture products such as gaskets, labels and insulation. But in our facility, whatever custom desired shape you need, we can make it happen.
Material thickness and tolerances depend on the method used:
Flatbed cutting: materials 0.002″ to 0.5″ thick can be handled in dimensions of 4′ x 4′ with tolerances of +/- 0.008″
Rotary cutting: materials 0.002″ to 0.5″ thick can be handled in dimensions of 16″ x 24″ with tolerances of 0.005″
For more information on AMDs digital die-cutting capabilities, digital die-cutting file requirements, and more information, see the table below or contact us directly.
Precision Die-Cutting Methods
Flat Bed / Steel Rule
Pressure Sensitive Materials
Up to 4 ft (Flat Bed)
Up to 16 in (Rotary)
Up to 4 ft (Flat Bed)
Up to 24 in (Rotary)
0.002 to 0.5 in
Tolerance (+ / -)
0.005 in (Rotary)
0.008 in (Flat Bed)
Design & Engineering
Material Selection Assistance
Research Production Methods
Small to Medium Runs
Adobe Illustrator Core
Our state of the art digital die cutter allows us to provide a quick turn around on customers prototypes with just the need for an electronic file. Prototypes can be processed in a day or two without the added cost and time associated with hard tooling, not to mention the cost of change until the product is proven out.
One of our customers provided us with a file and we were able to get them the prototypes the very next day. They realized a need to make some changes and instead of having to re-tool we made a simple programming change and re-ran the next set of prototypes. The product was proven out and the hard tool was invested in. The customer feels as though they saved at least a couple thousand dollars and got their product to market 4-6 weeks sooner than other converters would have.