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What is die-cutting material?

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What is die-cutting material? Through the basic introduction of die-cutting, we can understand that as long as the materials used for die-cutting processing are die-cutting materials! To be more precise, as long as it is applied to the functional or structural design of the product, non-metallic materials (excluding the injection molding process) that play the role of insulation, heat conduction, conductivity, shockproof, protection, bonding, sealing, etc! Usually the most common die-cutting materials, such as mobile phone computer protective film, all kinds of double-sided adhesive, all kinds of electrical furniture rubber mats, and so on! The specific classification of die-cutting materials is as follows:

1、 Membrane materials: including all kinds of PET, PVC, PP, PC, PTFE, PERK and other polymer membrane materials, and coiled or sheet membrane materials with a thickness of less than 1 mm processed from polymer particle raw materials. The thickness below 0.5 mm is coiled material, the thickness between 0.5 and 3 mm is generally sheet material, and the thickness above 3 mm is generally sheet material. Because of the technical scope of the die-cutting molding process, usually only the film material below 1mm can be counted as die-cutting material.

2、 Paper materials: including all kinds of kraft paper, highland barley paper, kuba paper, red steel paper, aramid paper, writing paper, coated paper, synthetic paper, etc. The thickness division of paper materials such as coil, sheet and plate (relatively rare) is the same as that of film materials, but generally only paper materials less than 1mm can be counted as die-cutting materials.

3、 Adhesive materials: including single-sided and double-sided adhesive tapes with various film or paper as the base material, adhesive tapes without base material, protective film and release film, release paper. As long as the adhesive material is processed through coating, it can be basically regarded as die-cutting material. Generally, there is no sheet material in the adhesive material. Its thickness is basically less than 0.5 mm, and most of the thickness is less than 0.2 mm!

4、 Other materials: including various silicone rubber, conductive materials, thermal conductive materials, dust screen, foam EVA, pearl cotton, etc. This block is mostly functional structural materials of conductive materials, thermal conductivity materials and shockproof sealing materials. Their thickness range is generally higher than that of ordinary paper, film and adhesive materials.