Your guide to die-cut components

As devices are getting smaller, lighter, and sleeker, engineers are constantly scouring for innovative ways to improve the performance and aesthetics of their products. Fortunately, die-cut components are drastically changing the way we create products and address design and technical challenges.

Made of several non-printed materials, die-cut components are cut into different shapes to solve specific problems such as thermal management, bonding, sealing, or electrical insulation. 

This brief guide is designed to introduce you to the whats, whys, and wheres of die-cut components.
In this guide, you will explore:
  • Noise and vibration dampeners
  • Thermal interface materials
  • EMI and RFI shielding materials
  • Pressure-sensitive adhesives
  • Gaskets, sealants, and spacers
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