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3” CORE Plugs for spoiling transfer tape Where do you get them?

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by depps74, Jul 18, 2019.

  1. depps74

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    I need core plugs for spoiling my transfer tapes off its dispenser and for spoiling large prints off my take up reel rolls for trimming on table. I attached pic. Don’t mind paying but none of my distributors sell them. Nor can they sell me some.
     

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  2. JBurton

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    We order Rtape premask and they are used on either end of the roll to hold the plastic bag in place/pad the ends. Also you just made me realize I'm an idiot for looking for these forever, but since it was for a print media rack, these never crossed my mind. We have a box that we've collected over the years.
     
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  4. Texas_Signmaker

    Texas_Signmaker Very Active Signmaker

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    Dont say that on the internet! Their marketing people are going to see that and think they need to send MORE catalogs
     
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  5. mfatty500

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    Or more pop up ads
     
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    Order something for a dollar that fits in a letter sized envelope and only needs a stamp to mail it, and instead they put it in a 30x40x60 box laid flat with a catalog and charge you $150 LTL freight....
     
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