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Hot Stamp Dies

Selecting Hot Stamp Dies

Hot Stamp Supply Company offers high quality hot stamp and foil printing dies in a variety of materials to meet your special application. Hot stamping dies are available in the following material options; magnesium, copper, brass, steel and silicone rubber. The choice of printing die will depend on the following factors: quantity of imprints, artwork, stamping die equipment, product or substrate composition and the surface features and contour of the item to be decorated. Feel free to Contact Us if you have any questions on what die might work best for your foil or branding application.

Magnesium die

Magnesium Dies

Photo-etched magnesium dies are commonly used for hot stamping on plastic, leather, cardboard, paper and wood. Magnesium is the best choice for short runs and low cost.

Copper DieCopper Dies

Copper wears better than magnesium, but are not etched as deeply. Good for hot stamping, embossing and branding plastic, wood and leather with fine detail. Can be mounted onto a riser block if required.

brass diesBrass Dies

Brass wears better than copper or magnesium, but does not etch as deeply as either one. It is good for hot stamping flat surfaces. Engraved brass is an option if you want greater depth. Engraved brass is excellent for hot stamping fine detail on plastic. Deeply engraved brass is a good choice for branding wood and leather.

Steel DieSteel Dies

Hardened tool steel is the most durable material and is a good choice for long production runs.

Silicone DieSilicone Dies

Silicone dies are the best material for many hot stamping applications. Rubber can conform itself to slight surface sinks or irregularities and reduces scrapped parts.

contour dieContoured Dies: Available in brass, steel, or silicone.

Send us your part and we will make a die to fit it perfectly in brass, steel or silicone rubber.

24 pt TypesetTypeset

Typesetting is the composition of text (letters, numbers or punctuation) by means of arranging physical type in a chase or type holder for printing. Typesetting requires one or more fonts and is available in different sizes and materials such as alloy, brass and steel. Typeset letters are generally used in conjunction with hot stamping foils.

embossed paperEmbossing

Embossing is the process of placing a flat part in between a male and female embossing die set. Once the part is pressed by the male and female dies, the image or characters are raised above the level part, similar to the numbers on a credit card. Embossing dies will always come with register holes and pins for precise registration. A perfect choice for greetings cards and stationery paired with your foil.

Mounting: Customer preference but recommend for recessed imprint area.

Disclaimer: Any images, logos, artwork or trademarks displayed on this website are for demonstration of our imprinting capabilities only and are the property of their respective owner. Our customers must guarantee we have the appropriate permissions to imprint or use logos, trademarks and designs that are provided to us. We will not be held accountable for any infringements on copyrights as a result of using provided artwork for imprinting. Customers shall hold our company harmless and indemnify us against any legal action regarding customer provided artwork.