Application tape manufacturers package their products in plastic sleeves, then box them in corrugated containers to protect the tape from light, dirt and humidity. If you’re not going to use the tape..
Have you ever seen silvery specs in a laminated print? This defect is called silvering. It’s caused when tiny air bubbles are captured between the adhesive on an overlaminating film and the surface..
There’s usually more than one way to do something. Printers and sign makers have devised many different techniques for laminating prints. This story covers procedures that have worked for some..
The range of terms used for the application tapes sold in the sign and screen print markets could cause confusion for anyone. In the sign market, many people just use the terms “application tape” or..
Terms of the graphic trade are often misused and misrepresent the true characteristic of the adhesive – two of those terms that are misrepresented often are high tack and high peel. Depending on the..
Dimples on a person’s face are usually regarded as being attractive and desirable, butut dimples on the surface of paper application tape…not so much! In fact, dimples in the application paper are..