Ejection Options

Ejection methods are as important as the other aspects of die making and maintenance. The idea is to design the die in a way that allows for quick cutting, stripping and re-setup for the next cut. If the material is getting stuck in the cavity of the die every time, it is costing you money.

The challenge with this is that most of the time, workers are fighting their dies for weeks, months and years without saying anything. This is clearly a waste of your money. You should keep a close eye on your die cutting so you can detect tasks that are taking longer than they should.

Some of the most common ejection choices are foam, cork and springs.