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Bradshaw Steel Rule Dies Incorporated (Cambridge)
35 Raglin Road Unit 3
Cambridge Ontario
N1T 1X9
(519) 621-6331 office
(519) 621-3350 fax
Bradshaw Steel Rule Dies Incorporated (Kitchener)


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In 1980, Bradshaw Steel Rule Dies Inc. started operations in Cambridge Ontario. Bradshaw Die has gone from a start-up one man shop to one of the most precise die shops in Ontario. The rapid growth has been facilitated by providing our customers with the three things that are the most important to them:

  • Consistently the fastest turnaround of any die company in Ontario. Almost all die orders are shipped on the same day
  • Unmatched quality, and a personal service you won’t receive anywhere else
  • Competitively priced dies. Bradshaw has some of the most competitive prices in the industry

Bradshaw Dies has been able to accomplish its growth through a unique combination of man and machine. The craftsman at Bradshaw have over Sixty years of combined experience in the manufacturing of close tolerance dies, allowing Bradshaw to make dies for, but not limited to; Electrical Circuits, Clicker, P.O.P, displays, folders, greeting cards, gaskets, heat sealing, labels, decals, nameplates, packaging, vacuum forming and swatch cards.

In addition to our experienced die makers, Bradshaw uses only the latest in die making technology, from our modem file transmission and computer aided drafting system, to our automatic bender, laser and quality control system. With the combination of qualified craftsman and the latest equipment, no job is too difficult for Bradshaw Steel Rule Dies.

Bradshaw Steel Rule Dies is a family run company with an outstanding father and son team. Along with the most advanced equipment available. We are aware that our customers need faster deliveries so we strive for the fastest turn around times. We also have mylar and sample making capabilities should you need same for proofing and/or printing purposes.