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  • Die-cutting finishing machine

Experience the Versatile Functionality of Die-Cutting Finishing Machine

  • Incorporates a full-rotation/intermittent flexo printing unit, screen printing station, hot/cold stamping station, slitting station, and sheeting station are modular designs, that can meet the needs of customization.
  • Utilizes an advanced servo control system for superior product quality 
  • Employs the latest full-rotation and intermittent interchangeable technology

Die-Cutting Finishing Machine Parameter Configuration

Model KYFC-370P/480P
Max.Running speed Full rotation 120m/min, intermittent 300 times/min

(depending on label length and type)

Screen Printing Repeat 50-450mm
Hot Stamping Length 50-350mm
Flat Die Cutting Repeat 50-444.5mm opttional: 666.75mm
Die Cutting Precision ±0.15mm
Max.Unwinding Dia 800mm
Max up rewind Dia 450mm
Max.Down Rewinding Dia 800mm
Rewind Inner Core size 1inch~6inch(standard in 3inch)
Thickness Of Material 40-300um
Air Source 0.8Mpa

Your Latest Technology Die Cutting Finishing Machine

Reduced Tension Fluctuation

Reduced Tension Fluctuation

The Waste Matrix Unit delivers unparalleled efficiency with independent tension control and a rewind speed that adjusts harmoniously with the mainframe. 

One Stop Print and Cut operation

The Flexo Printing Unit introduces a dual servo drive system, allowing plate roller position preregistration and an extended paper material path for varnishing.

One Stop Print and Cut operation
Achieving Precise Cuts

Achieving Precise Cuts

The Sheeter Unit of the machine revolutionizes precision cutting with a dual servo motor drive managed by an independent tracking system.

Customized die-cutting finishing machine

Precision crafting perfected: Explore our cutting-edge die cutting machines.
Digital Label Die Cutter
Seamless design adjustments and swift production of short to medium-length label orders.
Rotary Label Die-Cutting Machine 1
Rotating cylinder mechanism swiftly and precisely cuts labels from continuous rolls.
High-speed slitting machine
Convert wide rolls of printed material into narrower, finished labels.

Die-Cutting Finishing Machine Services with DIMO TECH

At DIMO TECH, we stand as pioneers in the production of label die-cutting machines dedicated to revolutionizing label production. 

  • Each component is carefully designed. 
  • Our customization is up to your precise requirements.
  • Our team is always ready to assist you.
  • We deliver quickly.

FAQ Guide

DIMO TECH is one of the leading manufacturers of label die-cutting machines. We offer a wide range of customized digital printing and finishing equipment services to our customers.

What Is A Die-Cutting Finishing Machine Used For?

A die-cutting finishing machine is used for various post-printing processes to enhance, shape, and finalize printed materials. It utilizes precision cutting tools and other functionalities to transform printed sheets into finished products with specific shapes, designs, or features. Die-cut finishing machines find applications in several industries and are used for:

  • Label Production

Die-cutting finishing machines are commonly used to cut and shape labels, adding intricate designs, rounded corners, or specific patterns to enhance visual appeal.

  • Packaging

These machines are employed to create custom packaging solutions, such as boxes, cartons, and sleeves, by cutting and creasing materials into precise shapes and sizes.

  • Embossing and Debossing

Die-cut finishing machines can create raised (embossed) or recessed (debossed) designs on materials, adding texture and depth.

  • Prototyping

Used to create accurate prototypes and samples for various industries, allowing for design validation and testing.

  • Automotive Components

For cutting gaskets, seals, and interior components in the automotive industry.

  • Industrial Applications

These machines create precision-cut components for various products and materials in industrial settings.

What Is The Principle Of Die-Cutting Finishing Machines?

The principle of die-cutting finishing machines is based on precise cutting, shaping, and embellishing of printed or unprinted materials. These machines integrate various components and mechanisms to execute the finishing process accurately and efficiently. 

The fundamental principle involves several key steps:

  • Material Feeding and Alignment

The material to be finished, such as paper, cardboard, or fabric, is fed into the die-cutting machine. Proper alignment and positioning are crucial to ensure accurate and consistent results.

  • Die Setup

A specialized cutting tool, known as a die, is carefully chosen and mounted onto the die-cutting machine. The die is designed to match the desired shape, pattern, or feature that needs to be cut or created on the material.

  • Pressure Application

The machine applies mechanical force, hydraulic pressure, or pneumatic pressure, depending on the machine’s design and functionality. This pressure is directed onto the die, which contains sharp cutting edges or embossing elements.

  • Cutting, Creasing, or Embossing

As the material passes through the machine, it comes into contact with the die. The pressure the machine applies causes the die’s sharp blades to cut through the material along predefined lines.

  • Waste Removal and Collection

After the die has made its cuts or impressions, the excess material (known as waste or scrap) is typically removed, leaving behind the desired finished components. 

  • Finished Products

The die-cut or finished components are collected, and ready for further processing or use. These components can include labels, packaging, cards, shapes, and more.

What Materials Do Die-Cut Finishing Machines Use?

Die-cut Finishing machines can work with a wide range of materials, including:

  1. Paper and Cardstock: Commonly used for crafting, scrapbooking, and creating paper-based products like cards, invitations, and labels.
  2. Fabric: Used in fashion, textiles, and quilting to cut shapes for clothing, accessories, and decorative items.
  3. Vinyl: Ideal for creating decals, stickers, signage, and other adhesive designs.
  4. Leather: Used for cutting intricate shapes for footwear, bags, belts, and other leather goods.
  5. Foam: Used for creating cushioning, padding, and intricate designs in various industries.
  6. Plastic: Used for packaging, prototyping, and creating plastic-based products.
  7. Rubber: Used in stamp-making and industrial applications.
  8. Thin Metal: Used for creating metal components and intricate designs.
  9. Adhesive Sheets: For creating stickers, labels, and decorative elements.

What Are Die-Cutting Finishing Machine Components?

The components of a die-cutting finishing machine can vary depending on the specific model and manufacturer, but here are some common components you might find:

  • Die Plate or Cutting Die
  • Feeder Unit
  • Pressure System
  • Cutting Bed
  • Stripping Section
  • Delivery Unit
  • Control Panel
  • Safety Features
  • Power Supply
  • Frames and Supports

Can I create custom shapes with a die-cutting finishing machine? 

Yes, die-cutting machines are versatile and can be used to create custom shapes according to specific designs or templates.

What safety features are included in the die cutting finishing machine?

Die-cutting finishing machines often incorporate various safety features to protect operators and ensure safe operation. While the exact features can vary depending on the model and manufacturer, here are some common safety features that you might find in a die-cutting finishing machine:

Emergency Stop Button

A prominent and easily accessible button that instantly stops all machine functions when pressed, allowing operators to halt operations in case of an emergency.

Safety Guards and Enclosures

Transparent or solid guards and enclosures prevent direct contact with moving parts and cutting mechanisms while still allowing operators to monitor the process.

Two-Hand Control

Requiring simultaneous operation of two buttons, this feature ensures that both hands are away from the danger zone before the machine can start cutting.

Safety Sensors

Proximity sensors or light curtains detect the presence of objects or operators in potentially hazardous areas, triggering an automatic stop if the zone is breached.

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