A slit made by cutting with a saw, cutting torch or laser. The cut or slit made in a dieboard in a steel rule die is called the kerf cut.
The width of the laser cut made in a dieboard by a laser or other cutting tool.
In diecutting, to cut through only the top layer, or layers of pressure sensitive material and leave the backing stock uncut.
The function of cutting, notching, bending and inserting the rule into a steel rule dieboard.
A high strength paper made of sulfate fibber pulp. An alkaline process of pulp made from virgin pine fibbers.