Die-cut Disc and Dots, Feet, Buffers and Pads
Die-cut feet serve to deaden sound but also to protect. Anything that stands on a surface will need to protect that surface from scratching or marking. This can be done in the form of self-adhesive pads. These pads are typically made from felt, foam, sponge or EPDM rubber. EPDM can also be bonded to metal, with a thread to allow easy fixing to finished products.
Die-cut feet are always flat as they are punched out of sheeting. If other shapes are required, rubber moulded feet would be the preferred process (see rubber moulded feet).
- Felt pads on furniture
- Homewares - placemat and coaster feet
- Mounts for electrical devices (e.g. televisions and television stands).
Self-adhesive discs or masking dots are also used to cover and protect a part during coating, re-spraying or finishing. They are easy to apply and remove, and are perfect for quickly covering holes and cracks to prevent unnecessary coverage.
- Bespoke sizes
- High-temperature resistance
- Kiss-cut on a reel
- Cost-effective and tailored to suit
For more information on discs and dots, or die-cut feet, buffers and pads please email firstname.lastname@example.org