Robotized system court capable of performing any die-cutting and creasing to a thickness of 4 mm.
You can play with irregular shapes to make more striking designs undoubtedly will get better advertising campaigns.
Without physical die, you can perform any job in an economic way, adapting to very small amounts.
The digital die has multiple possibilities achieving a great visual impact on creative advertising elements such as brochures, displays, advertising stoppers, stickers, coasters, labels or packaging with striking finishes, playing a very important role in the results of marketing campaigns.
The use of digital die cutting is a very versatile resource in corporate elements to give a touch of class and originality to the corporate identity, such as business cards, covers and corporate folders or irregular geometric shapes, reinforcing the personality of the company.
The digital die has multiple possible combinations of finishes for greater visual impact. You can use digital printing in gold or silver, to differentiate the salient elements of the brand, and give a touch of elegance and originality.
You can also apply selective varnishing 2D and 3D, adding a bright textured detail or in a particular area of the paper, getting a surprising effect both sight and touch in the printed piece.
When designing a work that includes punching, we must always present the drawing of the punch in a layer different from that of the design itself. You must clearly specify the lines that correspond to the slits (for example, solid red line) of the cut lines (for example, solid blue line). In addition, we must keep in mind that a space must be left between die lines of at least 2 mm, and in that area, important elements such as text or images will be avoided for an adequate result of the work..
The robotized cutting system can be applied to any medium as coated or creative papers, synthetic, cardboard or vinyl not exceeding 4mm. The digital stamping is performed without physical die, this is achieved by creating a vector scanning or drawing the contour of the part to cut or punch and be cut by a knife or accurately split in the ordered contour. This work is done on a digital cutting table or cutting plotter.