Bernal Dies and Systems for Medical Products
Our system-wide solutions for medical products fabrication have been leading the field for over 40 years, and we stand behind every rotary cutter, roll stand, and processing system we create. Our total program of global customer support includes experienced application engineering, the latest design and manufacturing facilities, dedicated customer service, and an unsurpassed R&D program.
Key Highlights Include:
- Sanitary and washable systems
- Standard and custom designed modular roll stands
- Innovative, consummately precise engineering team with over 40 years of proven experience
- Turn-key system capabilities, including:
- Vacuum transferring
- Integration to existing systems or processes
Material Types for Medical Products
- Closed Cell Foams
- Open Cell Foams
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.
We had the pleasure of contributing to the March 2019 issue of FLEXO Magazine, on helping open the communication for printers when specifying dies for a folding carton project. The variability of modern converting technologies has significantly increased the...read more
Since 1972, Bernal Rotary Dies has been producing Rotary Dies and Systems for the folding carton industry and have conquered many challenges conversion projects. Throughout the years, we have helped create some of most iconic and recognizable packages from french fry containers to mega-size beverage cartons.read more
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