Silicone Rubber Accessories

Die-cut | Adhesive Process

Rotary Die Cutting
Kiss Cutting
Laser Cutting
Waterjet Cutting
Punch Press


The process of die-cutting is similar to cookies making by the cookies cutter. The material is placed under the cutting area of the machine to cut the desired shape. Steel die cut is the commonly used tooling for die-cutting rubber. They are precisely sharp and are built to meet the high standard of production requirements.

There are ways to check whether the die-cutting is your optimal solution. The first one is the thickness of the Die-cut rubber. When the thickness exceeds 5mm, a  concave shape (waist shrink) will happen. When the thickness of the cutting part is less than 5mm could be suitable for the Die-cut process. This concave shape may or may not affect the overall function of the part. To set up a tight tolerance is necessary. The other factor to consider is the construction. If the structure is composed of squared (90 degrees) angles, then the Die-cut process can be the answer. If it has a radius(R angle) on the edge, then the molding procedure would be the alternative option to the die-cutting process. 

All elastomeric materials currently available on the market can be effectively die-cut with the adhesive process. Browse our extensive selection of die-cut materials to find the perfect solution for your application. Contact us today for help finding the right material.


Grommets, Washers, Bumpers, Spacers, Anti-Vibration Pads, Conveyor Pads, Stoppers, Rubber Plugs 

Die Cut Materials for Every Application

The strength, resilience, and specialized performance characteristics of our elastomeric and other compressible nonmetallic materials ensure sealing and protective solutions that stand up to every type of pressure:

  • Temperature extremes
  • Noise​​​​​
  • Vibration
  • Collision
  • Environmental hazards
  • Rough handling
  • Harsh chemicals
  • UV exposure
  • Steam
  • Fluid leaks
  • Abrasions

Available Material

  • Silicone Solid: Solid silicone is the choice for a high-temperature gasket up to 450° F(230° C). It can remain flexible down to –60°F(–15°C).
  • Silicone Sponge: Silicone sponge combines broad temperature resistance with conformability.
  • Open Cell Sponge: Open cell sponge – commonly seen on the underside of mousepads – has great resistance to compression set and is a star when it comes to anti-skid applications.
  • Closed Cell Sponge: Tried and true gasket material, the closed-cell sponge is available in different compounds determined by the properties desired in your application be its chemical resistance, temperature exposure, vibration damping, all of the above, and more!
  • Molded: Molded parts are the right choice when your idea has a custom shape in 3 dimensions. Call us for assistance.
  • Adhesives & Tapes: All 3M™ tapes or specific requests are available.