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Pierce & Cut Dies / Tooling

Pierce & Cut Die Stamping is a very cost-effective way to quickly stamp flat, “rectangular” shaped parts such as shims, spacers, and plates. A benefit of Pierce & Cut Die Stamping is that raw material is better utilized reducing the total amount of scrap material produced over other stamping methods.

Here at DACO Precision-Tool it’s our goal to design and build our Pierce & Cut Dies to exceed 100 strokes per minute to support high volume production. We can achieve this by building in sensors and other accessories to protect the die from damage. Cycle time is always kept in mind when designing and building our Pierce & Cut tooling. We can build the die to stamp the part at the accuracy you need.

Parts are produced when the feed system pushes (strip or coil stock) of raw material into the Pierce & Cut Die; at each stroke or cycle a finished flat part will be cut off the end of the strip. This type of die requires that the raw material width is cut to the size needed for the part. The feed rate of the material is determined by the length of the part. Longer parts need more time per stroke to get the strip in position for the next stroke. Thickness also influences that feed rate. Thicker parts need the press to run a bit slower than thinner parts. Pierce & Cut Dies punch out holes and notches on the first stroke, and then the second and final stroke is the cut-off, where the completed part is cut from the strip. Once cut from the strip finished parts will be exit the die and will fall onto a chute or slider where they flow into the collection bin. The scrap is typically punched through the die and is collected under the press, or next to the press using chutes or slides.

Use the “Request Information” selection to contact us and provide your design documentation with your contact information for our Engineering Department to review and provide you with a quote.

Or if you have tooling that isn’t running right, or as quickly as you need or desire; let DACO Precision-Tool troubleshoot, modify, and repair existing tooling to get it up and running to a higher production rate for you.

 Specifications   Capabilities   Equipment List:   

Part Quantities

High Volume Tooling
Low Volume Tooling

Medium Volume Tooling

Lead Times

We pride ourselves on quick turn around of design concept tooling to completed production tooling.
Your product's design specifications, overall size and thickness of the material it will be forming will determine our tooling fabrication lead times.


+/- .005 on average production tooling, but not limited to, DACO will meet or exceed customer requirements.

Types of Tooling



Pierce & Cut




Tool Sizes

Tools weighing up to 20,000 lbs, up to 6’ long and 6’ wide

Materials Used



And Others






·  Pierce & Cut Die Set 1

·  Pierce & Cut Die Set 2

·  Pierce & Cut Die Set 3

·  Large Prog Bend Die

·  Pierce & Cut-off Parts

·  Compound Die

·  Compound Die1


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