Flexible vs. Solid Rotary Dies. What’s the Difference?
There are two types of rotary dies: flexible and solid. Rotary die cutting involves either a flexible or solid rotary die. These dies are both cylindrical dies. A flexible die is made of a thin sheet of steel, and wraps around a magnetic cylinder. A solid die is a solid steel cylinder, and is traditionally used in more long run applications for extended die life. Bernal develops solid rotary dies for converting and product manufacturing applications throughout many industry sectors.
Vacuum Transfer Techniques for Rotary Die Cutting — An Overview The use of the vacuum transfer technique allows non-stop transfer of die cut parts onto another part or web while maintaining accurate relative positions. As the material is...read more
All About Rotary Stripping Techniques Making sure the finished cut parts and scrap are appropriately stripped from a rotary die and routed where they need to go is crucial to the success of many rotary cutting applications. There are several primary...read more
Bernal’s Revolutionary Coffee & Tea Bag Converting System This rotary converting system takes preprinted composite foil lamination and registers, wraps, and seals a Tea Bag inside a pouch and cuts it off creating a single Tea or Coffee Bag. This...read more