In this study, the authors employ a multi-point die-support structure to hold the punch plate of a stamping die in order to intercept useless force from the slide of a press machine. The developed multi-point support structure has 12 support cells (support units) between the punch plate and the slide of the press machine; the cells are metal cylinders working as springs. The support unit has a ball contact at the interface of the punch plate, and the interface freely for rotates and slides horizontally. The support unit has strain gauges on the side surface, and we can determine the bearing load at each unit, as well as elastic deformation. We can observe the bearing load distribution and then relocate the support units to better distribute the supporting points. The authors discuss the relocation of support units and demonstrate the efficiency of the proposed structure for reducing the jolt of a stamping die set. The range of jolt between the punch plate and the die plate of the experimental die is 0.711mm with normal support for piercing a 30mm-diameter hole on a 1.2mm-thick JSC980Y sheet. However, it is 0.355mm with the proposed die-support structure after several relocations of the support units.