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GA FILE - Diecut


The diecut process generally uses metal dies. Cutting rules are embedded in a dieboard and pressed into the paper.
Detailed nuances are adjusted with the die, and controlling the pressure allows the process to adapt to papers of different thicknesses and textures.

CASE 01: GA FILE - Self-adhesive label holder, rubber band tag 2004


Label holder and rubber band tag presented at TAKEO PAPER SHOW 2004 - FILING.
Including diecut and embossing, the holder requires 4 processes, and the tag as many as 5.
GA FILE is strong enough to use a 60 ton press for embossing.
Paper: Self-adhesive label holder
     GA FILE camel, charcoal gray 1091 x 788 mm S/G 361gsm (holder)
     ARAVEAL-FS white 1091 x 788 mm S/G 105gsm* (label)
    Rubber band tag
     GA FILE white, gray 1091 x 788 mm S/G 1047gsm
    * Brand name when produced: ARAVEAL
Process: diecut
Design: Hara Design Institute
1. Metal cutting rules in the shape of the cut-out are placed in a dieboard.
2. Die is pressed into the paper to cut.

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