Die cutting consists of applying cuts and fissures to the final product, both simple ones, such as rounded corners or more complicated ones, such as a folder with flaps and a spine. They must be prepared very carefully and always under the supervision of the die-cut operator, who can best advise us on how to perform a particular job. The most common die-cut products are folders, although almost any finish can be done. Below you can see these finishes in some of our works: