Custom Applications (stamps for items like leather, wood, soap, jewelry, or pottery, molds, award plaques, wall displays, and many other possible applications)
Why choose a magnesium die? We recommend using magnesium dies if the job count is 5000 or less, as well as for smaller areas and on smoother paper surfaces. Magnesium dies are affordable without sacrificing quality.
16 gauge with image size up to 23" x 35"
11 point with image size up to 29" x 39"
1/4 inch with image size up to 29" x 39"
Deep Etch (.070" depth or greater)
Allow 1/2" dead metal on all 4 sides from edge of image.
Single Level Embossing
Single Level Debossing
Why choose copper instead of magnesium? We recommend copper dies for job counts over 5000, as well as when working with larger areas and heavily textured paper. Photo engraved copper dies can have a longer usage span than magnesium dies, if stored and used properly.
16 gauge with image size up to 14"x 20"
1/4 inch with image size up to 14"x 20"
Deep Etch (.025" depth or greater)
Allow 1/4" excess on flat stamp die and 1/2" excess on embossing die.
Silicone Rubber Dies
Flat Silicone Rubber
Most commonly used in the plastic industry. Flat silicone rubber dies are flexible to accommodate plastic surfaces. We offer flat silicone rubber dies for foil stamping and ink stamping plastics or other durable surfaces. Silicone rubber dies are available in different plate thickness and shore hardness.
Rubber hardness standard 80 shore
Wood Mounted Magnesium Dies
up to 12" x 12" wood blocks, typical sizes include 3" x 3" or 4" x 4"
Thermal Kiss-Cutting Dies
Thermal kiss-cutting dies are produced from magnesium for cutting pressure-sensitive materials.
Steel Back Counter Dies
Used for embossing, our steel back counter dies help you get a precise impression.