High temperature Polyimide Tapes
Polyimide tape shows excellent electrical insulation properties, high temperature resistant, and excellent solvent resistant. Durable backing with high temperature silicone adhesive allows for easy clean removal after exposing to heat.
- A wide temperature range as low as -73°C (-99°F) and as high as 260°C (500°F)
- Clean removal, no residues
- High strength backing resistant to puncture and tear
- Flame retardant, chemical and radiation resistant
- Total Thickness: 2.7 Mil
- Adhesion: 25 oz//inch
- Tensile Strength: 30 (lbs/inch)
- Dielectric Strength: 8,000 volts
- UL-94 Flammability Rating: V-0
- Temperature Resistance: 260°C (500°F)
High temperature silicone adhesive removes cleanly at 260°C (500°F). No need to clean up residues.
Due to its large range of temperature stability, and its electrical isolation ability, polyimide tape is usually used in electronic manufacturing as an insulation and protection layer on electrostatic sensitive and fragile components.
Polyimide tape is the perfect accessory to cover your build platform during a 3D print. It can withstand the heating and cooling of a build platform. Certain plastics such as ABS filament adhere particularly well to polyimide tape making it perfect to use when a heated build platform is required.
Thermal Transfer Printing
High temperature resistance and clean removal makes the polyimide tape great for mug press, heat press and other thermal transfer printing applications. Will not go brittle after exposing to heat.
Me ha gustado mucho este tipo de cinta Kapton, nunca la había tenido. Me ha sorprendido gratamente lo fuerte que pega. Concretamente este modelo es bastante ancho y me facilita las cosas todos los que había visto anteriormente eran muy estrechos. Lo uso para pegarlo a la cama de la impresora y tratar las tolerancias que tiene al combarse la cama por el calor. Hay compañeros que también lo usan para cubrir el cartucho calentador del hotend pero en mi caso uso un calcetin.
i use this for sublimation and honestly it does the job that more expensive tapes do for much less. i am officially sold to this brand now
I bought this tape to to seal the spoke holes in my bike wheels to make them tubeless. This tape worked awesome, much better then gorilla tape and just as well as TCS tape. Comes off cleanly. Worked great. After a couple months riding still holding up well.
works good only have had the temp upto 450 degrees
I did a lot of research to find the best value for this type of tape. Using a small printer to try it out I first wiped the print bed with some alcohol to make sure it was clean for adhesion. Then inspected it for any leftover materials talk to it and clean that up. There is a photo of the thickness on my caliper in the photo section. I always like to leave a folded area of tape on my bed so that I can reach it easily to peel it off. I do the same fold on the roll so I don't have to waste time trying to peel it off the roll when needed. Also, the tape starts about an inch BEFORE the YELLOW pull tab. I kept trying to get my finger nail under the pull tab and then I hunted down the elusive beginning of the roll and found it way before the tab. I have already put about 40 hours on this one application alone and it’s doing great. If you look at the photos you will see my application method including using a plastic card from my wallet to act as a application squeegee. When you put it down side by side, squeegee the joint first. Normally I work from the center out but the joint is so important if your printing over it and don't want a line to show up. Even though I did not need to I treated it like a window tent installation and if I saw a bubble I just poked it with a sharp point and then push the air out. The white photo on the green board shows the surface quality with PLA from the tape. The Black item is the PETG. What really surprised me was how will the items state attached and I had not noticed any edge working yet. Always make sure you try to detach your object at an extremely low angle. Never use a tool that might get out your tape and print bed. I practically slide a putty knife that’s been beveled from one side only to the edge so that I don’t really have to tilt the knife to get it under the plastic. The biggest shock for me was that it actually held the PETG plastic which is supposed to be very difficult especially since I can only hit my bed to 60°C. Every time I used it the PETG stuck. The original tape is still on the print but at this moment and it’s extremely easy to peel off. Many people always complain about the thickness of the tape but I’ve been very satisfied with what I have. It works great for me and I’m sure you’ll find out that it will work great for you. I hope this helps you make your decision. I will buy more from this seller. I really really hope you LIKE t his video. Have a great build!