Drytac Magnetic Tape A & B Wide magnetic tapes with opposite face polarity for perfect alignment.
For large-format solvent inkjet printes and plotters in the production of graphics, signs, photography, and technical drawings.
Magnetic tapes of opposite polarity. Drytac Magnetic Tape A & B consist of two magnetic tapes of opposite polarity, each coated with a permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive on one side. Due to their opposing polarity, the two components will align perfectly. both types are 60.5mil thick and 1/2" (13mm) wide. SUGGESTED APPLICATIONS: It is most commonly used to affix images onto metal (ferrous) surfaces such as vehicle body panels, metal doors and, of course, Drytac Ferro.SPECIFICATIONS: Adhesives, Brand: Drytac, Inkjet Media Type: Magnetic, Laminate-Adhesive Product: Magnetic System, Material: Magnetic, Solvent UV Latex
Drytac Magnetic Tape A of A & B Wide magnetic tapes with opposite face polarity for perfect alignment (MPN: DMT1300)
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