The GMN engineering team can help you resolve specific design challenges, such as overheating, with an array of die-cut fabrication methods and materials. We’ll walk you through the process to address your issues so that you can get into production and on the market. Our industry experience includes die-cut solutions for electronics, medical devices, test and measurement equipment and more.
Common die-cut components
Gasketing and sealing
Commonly used with foams (including VHBs), neoprene, sponges or rubber, gaskets and seals make up the critical layers between parts of your device for proper functionality in any type of environment.
EMI and RFI shielding
In today’s electronic world, EMI and RFI shielding is becoming increasingly important to ensure devices work properly.
Often a last minute addition to design, spacers can be an important feature that help device functionality. GMN can help you develop and manufacture custom spacers using a variety of materials.
Additional die-cut components
- Sound dampeners
- Double-coated adhesives
- Thermal materials
- Electrically conductive adhesives
Capabilities for die-cut components
- Laser cutting
- Plotter cutting
- Steel-rule die cutting
- Rotary cutting
- Class-A tool cutting
GMN is proud to be a Preferred Convertor for Rogers Corporation. As a Preferred Converter, GMN can offer PORON® and BISCO® materials direct to its customers. PORON urethanes and BISCO silicones provide design solutions used for seals, gaskets, cushions, and other functional purposes. Our partnership with Rogers Corporation means that we can offer die-cut components using PORON and BISCO materials faster, more efficiently, and more affordably.