Rotary Die Boards

 
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Rotary die boards are used as a durable and flexible carrier for the tooling that is required to cut and form sheet stock and corrugated cardboard containers and boxes.  These curved panels that form the foundation of a rotary die must have the integrity to hold steel rule knives in position to accurately cut, perforate and crease hundreds of thousands to millions of containers/boxes. In addition, the rotary die board carries a variety of specialized attachments required to complete the cut and form the container. Rotary die boards are manufactured to IADD (International Association of Diecutting and Diemaking) Standards and Specifications. Maple and Beech are the predominant species used for rotary die boards.

 

Standard thickness, ID and Length

tHICKNESS: 1/2", 5/8"

INSIDE DIMENSION: 7", 10 1/8", 10 3/16", 14 1/8", 14 3/16", 14 1/4", 14.400", 14 1/4", 15", 15 1/2", 17", 19 3/16", 20 13/32", 21 9/16" 22 1/4", 25 1/8", 26 1/4"  

Lengths: 41", 51", 60", 72", 75", 82", 102", 118", 120"

* Custom ID's and Lengths Available Upon Request


XP by Techniply

An all new next generation rotary die board 

Engineered with an exceptionally tough wear surface and improved ID consistency, XP offers an excellent value by providing improved performance at the same price as traditional wood die boards. 

XP rotary die board
  • Dimensional Stability: The high density overlay (HDO) Surface reduces movement due to moisture and temperature changes.

  • High Density Overlay Surface: Improved rule holding, easier die placement and adjustment results in less surface splintering.

  • Engineered Appearance: Uniform Color provides consistent engineered appearance compared to natural variation and veneer surfaces.

  • Excellent Value: The XP die board is priced comparably to wood veneer surfaced die boards, yet provides superior performance.

 

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