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).

Applications include

  • 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.

Benefits include:

  • 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 sales@srm-industries.com