Laser Die Cutting Services at Strouse
Strouse designs, manufactures, and assembles adhesive parts, finished components, and packaged products for global manufacturers. Our broad range of adhesive converting capabilities allows us to provide components and finished products for electronics manufacturers, medical device companies, automotive manufacturers as well as their tiered suppliers and other industrial organizations.
Our laser die cutting capabilities allows us to precision cut flexible materials and adhesives to tight tolerances to meet your needs for critical applications. We have two types of laser cutting machines to provide a variety of solutions. A sheet-fed gantry laser enables us to create samples and small production runs with reduced production costs. Our web-fed in-line laser enables us to laser die cut materials for larger production runs with higher throughput integrated into a state of the art multi-station converting line.
Laser die cutting enables the smallest details such as holes, slots, and fenestrations to be accurately and cleanly cut from materials in a repeatable process.
Laser Die Cutting Enables Us To Deliver You:
- Precision Cut Adhesives
- Integrated In-line Laser for Higher Throughput
- Reduced Tooling Costs
- Tight Tolerance Parts
- Highly Repeatable Process
- Micro Perforations and Fenestration
- Intricate Features
- and More!
Strouse often laser die cuts materials including foam tapes, rubber, laminates, and more.
The Importance of a Full-Service Adhesive Converter
There's often more to an adhesive solution than just the material and a liner, and it's important to partner with an experienced converter who understands what it's like to manage the process from an idea to full production and assembly. Having multiple converting capabilities provides a full spectrum of services to design and manufacture solutions that other converters can't deliver.
By working with an experienced converter for laser die cutting and manufacturing you have the luxury of being able to scale production to meet the market demand of your product or the needs for your processes.