Interstate Specialty Introduces Speed to Market Program for Die Cut Parts

SUTTON, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Feb 14, 2012 -- Interstate Specialty Products, Inc. is introducing a new speed-to-market prototype program that delivers precision digital dieless cut parts produced perfectly to help OEMs meet fast product development cycles.

Interstate's Prototype Die Cut Parts Program was developed to assist design engineers with speed to market product development and delivers finished sample parts in 2 to 5 days, depending upon material availability and part configuration. Utilizing automated digital dieless cutting machines that employ CNC programs, the parts produced feature exceptional edge quality, tight tolerances, and there are no tooling charges, claims the firm.

Suitable for most non-metallic materials, Interstate's Prototype Die Cut Parts Program can supply parts with tolerances to ±0.005", depending upon material and size. Specializing in all types of die cutting services, parts can be produced from 1" sq. up to 60" x 120" with virtually any geometry including narrow cross sections and close hole spacing. Typical parts include filters, breather vents, frits, filtration support media, membrane supports, gaskets, and diagnostic test components.

Interstate's Prototype Die Cut Parts Program is priced according to material and part complexity. Delivery is from 2 to 5 days.

About Interstate Specialty Products, Inc.

Interstate Specialty Products offers custom die cutting services for the manufacture of high-performance precision filters, membranes, gaskets, and related parts. Founded in 1963, the firm has served leading blue-chip companies in the chemical, diagnostic, electronic, industrial, instrumentation, medical, military, process, scientific, security and many other industries. Featuring digital dieless cutting, high speed cutting, and rotary die cutting capabilities, Interstate can fabricate parts ranging from miniature die cut products to components up to 60" x 120", with incredible precision, and will employ the appropriate technology for your application.

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Interstate Specialty Products, Inc.
John Savickas 
Technical Director
55 Gilmore St.
Sutton, MA 01590
(800) 984-1811 
FAX (508) 234-5558
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