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Are you looking for a more efficient method to apply your brand onto your products? Why not consider our “Blank on Tape” option for packaging your nameplate.
“Blank on Tape” refers to the process in which a nameplate is applied onto a roll of adhesive.
There are several benefits to choosing this process over traditional packaging methods. The most important benefit is the ease of assembly for high volume programs.
1) The “Blank on Tape” process provides flat appliqués consistently oriented on a roll of tape, which decreases the chances of any mis-assembly of your brand onto your finished product.
2) Since the appliqué is cut with the tool and simultaneously transferred onto the tape, the part releases easily, speeding up the assembly process.
3) This process can be easily designed for automation during assembly of your product.
“Blank on Tape” offers a clean and contained pack method. Specific industries that most commonly use this process include cosmetics and electronics. Whether your nameplate is aluminum, plastic, or norlens it can be a great candidate for “Blank on Tape”.
Samples of nameplates are a great way to explore and better understand the options available to you in designing a nameplate. Northern engraving offers a Nameplate Materials and Processes Guide with numerous samples on metal and plastic substrates to assist you in the process.
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