Carolina Tape & Supply Co. offers many choices in die-cut tapes. To create die cut tapes, we use a fabricating process to cut any shape, or geometric pattern, design, square, rectangle, circle, etc. through the use of steel rule tape dies, rotary or circle tape dies, thermal, and clicker tape dies, as well as machined compound and progressive die tooling.
Transportation – Die-cut tapes can be used in sound damping and vibration control, foams for wire harness attachment – adhesive transfer tapes for carpet attachment – adhesive transfer tapes for rearview mirror attachment – dual lock for attaching door panels – papers and films for protection during assembly processes – papers and films for protection during painting and shipping – adhesive backed abrasives for sanding and finishing.
Die-cut tapes are ideal for adhesive-backed felt and urethane roll stock to prevent scratching – foil and copper tapes for EMI/RFI shielding – foams for LED window attachment – high-temperature resistant films to protect labels during wave solder processes – adhesive-backed foams for gasketing and bonding electronic components.
Die-cut tapes play an essential role in films used for assembly of drug evidence test kits – fragile tapes used for sealing drug evidence test kits – adhesive transfer tapes for mounting specimens for use with Electron Microscopy – double-coated tapes for holding components of medical packages.
Die-cut tapes are used extensively in adhesive-backed foam and cork for gasketing – foils for insulating components – double-coated foam for mounting components such as door handles – removable films to resist scratching during assembly and shipping – tapes for holding components during shipping – single-coated urethane foams act as feet to resist sliding and scratching.
Many furniture manufacturers rely on die-cut tapes for Adhesive backed wood veneer for refinishing cabinets and building furniture – dual lock for holding office partition parts in place – double-coated foams for attaching armchair cushions – single-coated foams for attaching to cabinet doors for cushioning and sound damping – single-coated felts and cork for attaching to legs to resist scratching floors.