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when we talk about cutting, people first sight will thinking about " die cutting machine "，with the development of cutting, digital cutting is becoming more and more popular, today we are going to compare which is the better choice for you.
What is Digital Cutting? This technique allows for precision cutting without the use of dies via a computer-programmed path. Using this method, you get all the advantages of traditional die-cutting.
Design cutting patterns and dimensions through software operation, more flexibility, and crease and notch as needed.
The thickness is not limited to a large extent. At the same time, if there are printed on cardboard ,it can also be cut with CCD camera according to the graphics.
From the maintenance point,just need 2-3 simple cares on the rack, 3-4 blade replacements.
Die-cutting is a process whereby a die is used to cut through materials such as paper and card on a die press. The process allows you to make an identical cut into material numerous times. For each job, a die, which is a shaped blade, is custom made for the item being created.
A die cutting machine can fashion shapes with a single punch so that identical forms can be made very quickly – even a manual die cutter makes shapes more quickly than any alternative method.
However, there are also some potential drawbacks to the process of die-cutting, which you need to appreciate:
You will need a new die for each design you create.
If you want large-format printing such as office signage or retail branding, it may not be ideal.
It may not be the method of choice if you are working with thicker materials.
When people ask about the difference between digital cutting and die-cutting, it’s depends your business, if you’re working in a large format such as retail branding or signage, large format digital cutting tends to work best. If only a single shape cutting, such as small factories producing pizza boxes, the die cutting machine is more suitable, fast, no need to continue to pay for the subsequent mold change.
If you have more questions about digital cutting, you are very welcome to consult Yuchen CNC.