A die-cut decal made with a vinyl cutter involves using a machine called a vinyl cutter to precisely cut adhesive vinyl material into specific shapes or designs. The process typically begins with creating or importing a digital design into software compatible with the vinyl cutter. The design is then sent to the vinyl cutter, which uses a sharp blade to cut through the vinyl material along the outline of the design. The excess vinyl is removed, leaving only the desired shape or design on a backing sheet.

This method allows for high precision and customization, as the vinyl cutter can accurately cut intricate designs with clean edges. Die-cut decals made with a vinyl cutter are often durable, weather-resistant, and suitable for various applications such as signage, vehicle graphics, window decals, and personalization of items.
What is a die-cut decal?