The process of unrolling material through a press and utilizing a precision engraved steel cylinder die to roll over & cut specified shapes. Your material may be carried by a release liner and rolled onto a new core or sheeted into pads. Rotary dies can be made to cut all the way through your material and its release liner (metal to metal die-cut) or through the material and down to the release liner (butt or kiss-cut).
The fastest of all die-cutting methods. Great for mid to high volume. Speeds up to 500 fpm.
Parts are consistently within tolerance
Precision engraved tooling creates the same part, time and again, to tolerances as tight as +/- .02".
Your emergencies are delivered on time
Budnick has numerous rotary presses and we have adapted most machines to accept tooling from other presses. The cross tooling allows us to service your emergencies even when a piece of equipment is very busy.
Because we can laminate various material substrates together, you can create your own parts instead of being forced to utilize standard products.
Metal-to-metal parts are created by cutting all the way through your material & liner to produce individual pieces. Butt cut parts maximize material utilization by crushing through product along straight lines.
Kiss-cut parts are a result of cutting through your material and down to the liner. A small matrix of scrap material is then removed to leave individual parts on a liner.
Sheeted goods are a result of cutting all the way through the part and its liner. Many times a multi-level tool is used to create a specific number of parts on a pad.