Peters Steel Rule Dies is a full service steel rule cutting die facility servicing businesses in southern Ontario and many other regions throughout Canada. As a family business, it is our mission to consistently meet and exceed the expectations of our customers with excellence, integrity and service.
Located in Burlington, Ontario, just 20 minutes west of metro Toronto, we offer a free pick-up and delivery in the Western Greater Toronto area daily.
We are an all-Canadian company founded in 1970. As a proud member of the International Association of Diecutting and Diemaking (IADD), our goal is to service the cutting die needs of a multitude of companies including packaging, gasket, printing and polybag, plus numerous other industries.
Why choose Peters Steel Rule Dies?
Peters Steel Rule Dies uses cutting edge technology in designing and manufacturing steel rule dies. The technology not only allows for a much quicker turnaround, it reduces die cost and increases accuracy.
Reduced cost and increased accuracy begin with the design department when customers email their dieline file. When a dieline has already been created, time is saved and dies are produced more rapidly. However if you need a file, our team can help you create one.
Our design department can also help you make impressive sales presentations. From concept to print, our pre-production CAD samples and mylars will provide your client with visual affirmation that your job is exactly what they anticipate.
Your die base, stripping dies and counter plates are routed using the high tolerance Gerber Profile CNC router. This machine gives your die a very flat die base with highly precise and consistent kerf.
Peters Steel Rule Dies uses rule processing technology allowing us to pre-nick dies, manufacture both custom perforation rule and inline cut-crease combinations, as well as broach rule for tighter bends and rule joins. These high performance systems produce knife with extreme accuracy and speed, allowing our craftsmen to fast track even your most difficult die and maintain a high standard of quality.