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One of the most frequent questions of the period we are living in is whether it is more convenient to use a traditional die-cutting machine or a digital cutter.
Large companies offer both die cutting and digital cutting to help their customers create unique shapes but the difference between the processes is not always clear to everyone.
It is not even clear, to most of the small companies that do not have these types of solutions, which they should buy first.
Very often we, as experts, find ourselves in the awkward position of having to answer this question and give advice.
Let's first try to clarify what the terms ‘die-cutting' and ‘digital cutting' mean……