Tape

Industrial Tape

Pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) tapes are being used across the manufacturing industry because they are lightweight, cost-effective, easy to apply during assembly and offer greater design freedom to product developers. Our team of Tape Innovations experts will work closely with you to determine the best PSA tape or adhesive solution for your application. With advanced laminating capabilities, we can also combine tapes with other thin flexible materials to meet the specific form and function of your application.

Whether you need an optically clear adhesive for an electronic device, a silicone gel adhesive for a skin contact application or anything in between, we will help you find the right material. Explore our industrial tape materials and see why our die-cutting expertise and strong relationships with industry-leading material suppliers set us apart as one of the best converters in the industry.

Popular industrial tape materials

Double-Coated Adhesives

Double-coated adhesives, also known as double-sided tapes, are ideal for bonding components with dissimilar or irregular substrates. Double-sided tapes are used across industries for both permanent and temporary bonding applications.

Transfer Adhesive

Adhesive transfer tapes are constructed from a layer of PSA that is then combined with a release liner on one or both sides. Because there is no carrier material, these products are very thin and help to reduce weight and improve design freedom in a wide range of applications.

High Bond Adhesives

High bond tapes such as 3M™ VHB™ tape provide extremely high strength, durable bonds for permanent bonding applications. These products are often used for structural components, panels or other applications where bond strength and durability are paramount.

Structural Adhesive

Structural adhesive tapes provide structural bonding strength for any number of industrial applications including construction and panel bonding. These materials help prevent corrosion, including galvanic corrosion, and are ideal for bonding dissimilar materials.

Masking Tapes

Industrial masking tapes can significantly increase efficiency and speed in coating or painting projects, particularly for automotive or aerospace applications. We can die-cut a variety of durable tapes to exact dimensions so you can easily complete masking projects with minimal waste.

Carton Sealing Tapes

As the name implies, these tapes are primarily used to seal heavy-duty packaging and are used by OEMs and suppliers across industries. These tapes are generally made from acrylic, natural rubber or hot melt adhesives and are compatible with corrugated paper.

Floor Marking Safety Tapes

These specialty tapes are used to create visual indicators on walkways, often for warehouses, manufacturing environments, hospitals or airports. These tapes are extremely durable and resistant to friction so they can withstand long-term use in high-traffic areas.

Conductive Tapes

Conductive tapes provide reliable bonding while also enhancing the electrical conductivity of product designs. These tapes improve EMI/RFI shielding and can be applied as die-cut parts or in roll form.

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Industries Served

Electronics

Electronics manufacturers use adhesive tapes for a range of bonding applications, including optically clear adhesives that allow good light transfer. We can die-cut or slit tapes to extremely narrow widths to facility more innovative designs in electronic devices.

Display

From bezel bonding to affixing structural panels and other bonding applications, tape products provide significant value to display and HMI manufacturers. We work closely with your team to understand your project requirements and then develop a process to create the best display solution possible for your unique application.

Industrial

Tapes are used in all kinds of industrial manufacturing applications for both permanent and temporary bonding. Durable, high bond tapes are especially valuable for harsh environments such as high heat-generating machinery or other mechanical, high-volume applications.