Jacar Systems LLC

Simple Solutions • Cost-Effective Products • Innovative Technology • Referable Results

Helping Stamping Companies Make Money

Since 2009 Jacar Transfer Die technology has saved our industry over pounds of material!

*material savings is a fair estimate only


We provide an In-Die Alternative to your Press Transfer Systems, Trog Die and Progressive Die.

Do you have metal parts that are hard to manufacture?

…We Can Help

Are customers telling you your prices are too high?

…We Can Fix That

Would you like to save 25% on your material usage?

…We Can Do That

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“A Micro Transfer ® is exactly what this stamping industry needs. Unlike soft systems improvements that can take years to show results, a Micro Transfer ® is something tangible that can increase profitability instantly.”

Jim Boelstler
General Manager
Modified Technologies Inc.

“Micro Transfer ® gives us a distinct advantage over our competition. We use this technology as a key benefit and strategic advantage in our costing model to our customers. On average, I’m seeing about a 20-30% material reduction when quoting with the Micro Transfer ® .”

Craig Scott
Director of Operations
Sequoia Tool, Inc.

“It allowed us to provide our customers with something we were unable to before – a completely formed part using our progressive die. It gives us a ‘progressive die advantage.’”

David Lillibridge
Chief Engineer
Competition Engineering, Inc.

“After working nearly 40 years in the metal stamping business, I thought I’d seen about everything. Jacar’s Micro Transfer ® systems are the greatest thing to come along since in-die tapping.”

Steve Nash
Chief Engineer
McGregor Metalworking Co’s.

We are experienced

We are the In-Die Transfer experts!

Established in 2007 by Bob Gunst, Jacar Systems LLC is a leader in transfer die automation and a specialist in the die mounted transfer industry.

For 15 years, Bob was told by experts in the transfer industry that the development of a small, economical alternative to large industrialized transfer systems was impossible. Convinced that he could engineer systems to have a footprint 1/4 of the size, Bob set out to develop Micro Transfer ® , a standardized, all-mechanical in-die transfer system.