How die cutting works
A template (known as a ‘die’) is prepared to your specific design. This involves the positioning of sharp steel blades that will cut through the printed paper or card. Each page running through the die-cutter will be cut to the exact shape of the template. We can cut to any shape you desire – we can even make holes that will reveal the content on the page beneath – but we advise that you avoid any shapes that will weaken the structure of your final printed product: you don’t want to send anything out that will arrive torn because you left too thin a strip of card between your die cut hole and the edge of the page.