Leading 3M™ Adhesive Transfer Tapes Distributor

3M™ Adhesive Transfer Tapes can be thought of as glue on a liner. They are used in a wide range of applications ranging from basic graphic attachment to flexible circuitry. They are used to provide long term bonds to graphic nameplates and overlays in a wide variety of markets including: Aerospace, Medical, Industrial Equipment, Appliance and Electronics Markets.

Transfer tapes are generally between 1-5 mils and are very conformable making them ideal for high speed processing of parts. Transfer tapes are coated onto a removable release liner that protects the adhesive until the liner is removed. With pressure, the tapes will stick without any other type of activation method. The tapes can be broken down into three distinct application groupings:

  • High Surface Energy & Harsh Environments
  • Low Surface Energy & Challenging Surfaces
  • General Industrial, U.V. Resistant and Cold 

Probably the easiest way to distinguish between the need for high and low surface energy adhesives is to use a freshly waxed car as an example. When a car hasn't been waxed in some time, water spreads and runs off the car. This is an example of how a high surface energy substrate would react as well. The molecular attraction causes the water to "flow." A waxed car would exhibit low surface energy since the water would bead up and not "flow" off of the surface.

Tekra carries a full line of 3M™ Adhesive Transfer Tapes and can help determine the best tape for your application.

Check out the 3M™ Converter Markets Selection Guide for more product details.

3M™ Adhesive Transfer Tapes Products

Features

  • General transfer tape for a variety of high tack, thin applications
  • Good UV and chemical resistance
  • Ideal for HSE and LSE materials
  • Heavier linered version of 9471 for easy handling, lay-flat properties

Features

  • General transfer tape for a variety of high tack, thin applications
  • Good UV and chemical resistance
  • Ideal for HSE and LSE materials
  • Heavier linered version of 9472 for easy handling, lay-flat properties

Features

  • Excellent bond to various fabricated foams, fabrics and substrates
  • Has good shear strength at elevated temperatures

Features

  • Excellent bond to various fabricated foams, fabrics and substrates
  • Has good shear strength at elevated temperatures

Features

  • Excellent bond to various fabricated foams, fabrics and substrates
  • Has good shear strength at elevated temperatures

Features

  • Excellent bond to various fabricated foams, fabrics and substrates
  • Has good shear strength at elevated temperatures

Features

  • Double Linered version of 3M™ Adhesive Transfer Tape 467MP
  • 2 mil HDP and 58# polycoated kraft paper liner

Features

  • 5 mils
  • Double linered version of 468MP
  • Easy to die cut and process

Features

  • 2 mils
  • 9502 on 2 PCK paper liners
  • Economical graphic attachment and general joining

Features

  • 5 mils
  • 9505 on 2 PCK paper liners
  • Economical graphic attachment and general joining

Features

  • Easy to die-cut and process
  • Laminating adhesive 7952MP on a lay-flat liner for kiss-cutting and selective die-cutting
  • Excellent moisture and solvent resistance
  • Excellent high temperature resistance and shear strength

Features

  • Easy to die-cut and process
  • Laminating adhesive 7955MP on a lay-flat liner for kiss-cutting and selective die-cutting
  • Excellent moisture and solvent resistance
  • Excellent high temperature resistance and shear strength

Features

  • Vinyl plasticizer resistant adhesive
  • Bonds high surface energy plastics and metals

Features

  • Vinyl plasticizer resistant adhesive
  • Bonds to high and low surface energy plastics and metals

Features

  • Bonds well to a variety of substrates including PU Ether, PU Ester, cross-lined PE foam and micro-cellular urethane
  • Scrim carrier boosts dimensional stability

Features

  • Very conformable with good adhesion to open and closed cell foam surfaces

Features

  • Same benefits as L2 + T3 but in a thicker coat weight to adhere to the most structured open and closed cell foam surfaces

Features

  • Proprietary specialty acrylic that withstands temperatures up to 275F
  • Bonds well to santoprene, neoprene rubber, butyl rubber, and many versions of EPDM rubber

Pages

Search form

×