Getting masking right during metal finishing processes ensures ease of assembly and minimises the need for re-work or waste. Making sure this is done using the simplest, most efficient method is where AFAC’s Die Cut Masking Tapes come in.
Why use Die Cut Masking Tapes?
- Increase Efficiency & Reduce Cost
- Consistent Accurate Finish
- Improved Quality of Output
- Avoidance of Customer Returns
- Reduced Waste & Mess
- Save Time & Effort
Why wouldn’t you use die cut masking tapes?
Die Cut Masking Tapes are manufactured to tight tolerances to ensure customers receive consistent quality that can be relied on time and time again.
How to use
Who uses Die Cut Masking Tapes
Manufacturers and metal finishers who strive for perfection. Perfection is challenging to achieve but excellence is possible and Die Cut Masking tapes can help achieve this.
Most products manufactured from metal undergo some kind of finishing treatment. It’s normally to prevent corrosion and can often be an aesthetic finish too. Metal products are also normally part of sub assemblies which will be attached to other components before being sold into the market. When masking is needed, it’s normally been designed into the product for mechanical, electrical or safety reasons. As such, consistency is imperative and when quality impacts safety, getting it right isn’t a choice.
Customers new to Die Cut Masking Tapes often fit into the following categories:
- Businesses experiencing quality issues with finished parts
- Organisations needing to improve efficiency to save time and reduce costs
- Companies handling volume production with specific masking requirements
Die Cut Masking Tapes Materials
- Heat Resistant with Zero Residue
- Quick & Easy To Use
- Choice of materials
- Options for different processes
The range of materials used for producing Die Cut Masking Tapes is one that has developed over years of use and testing by manufacturers & metal finishers.
From Wet Spray to Powder coating, there’s different die cut masking tapes materials to better suit each metal finishing operation. With the right material for the job, customers get a quality product that works and only pay for what’s required, keeping costs contained and wastage minimal.