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KNIFLESS tape ~

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by decalman, Feb 29, 2020.

  1. decalman

    decalman Active Member

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    I want to know what the highest-quality knifeless tape is for vinyl.

    I went through three rolls of wrap cut over the past year. It's good for what it is.
    Cuts nice clean lines but it doesn't do curves very well.

    I need a good knifeless tape that cuts curves, with a strong string or wire.

    I just recently cut this decal. The top part was plotter cut.
    The bottom, I used knifeless tape to keep it tight, and run along the existing paint job.

    I searched on Amazon but didn't like what I saw after reading the reviews.
    I love good KNIFLESS tape.
    What's your Review on this product?:rolleyes::rolleyes::oops::bookworm
     

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  2. SignMeUpGraphics

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  3. Signature Graphix

    Signature Graphix Wide Format Printing - Signage - Vehicle Wraps

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    We use the 3M Design Line knifeless. The adhesion is perfect imo. Bends/curves are good, but the only complaint is the filament breaking easily at times.
     
  4. GAC05

    GAC05 Major Contributor

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    Use 3M here too. Use the Finish line and Design line to get what we need. Mainly cutting through laminated 180c and 1080 wrap films.
    No real issues.
     
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  5. We used to use the original knife-less tape brand that was then bought by 3M but found that it left kind of a rough edge on thicker materials or stretchier laminantes. We were given a roll of "Wrap-Cut" to try. It cut really great. The filament is actually wire and It's all we use now. There are 2 other types as well but can't remember what they are. We got it through Amazon btw.



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