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Published July 21, 2014
The new SWDTX - T2 features printable release, allowing the labels to be color-coded or printed on both the face and adhesive side. Read More »
Published February 4, 2014
T1055 Temporary Adhesive removes cleanly from glass yet also adheres to wood as well as cold, damp, and frosted surfaces. Read More »
Published July 2, 2013
Label converters can boost their sales by offering MailNotes RPNs to direct marketers looking to increase response rates and build traffic. Read More »
Published May 31, 2013
NAStar has introduced Thermal Transfer White Polyester to the T1055 Temporary Adhesive product line. VZC5065: Thermal Transfer White Polyester is a 2 mil polyester-based void synthetic film offered on a 50# liner. The slight matte top coating of VZC5… Read More »
Published January 23, 2013
NAStar has expanded its temporary adhesive promotional product line with MagneTernative.  According to the company, the auto-applied construction will stick “anywhere a regular magnet will, but also everywhere it won’t.” … Read More »
Published June 5, 2012
The patent was issued for repositionable labels using dot-patterned adhesive. Read More »
Linerless Labels
By Steve Katz
Published October 7, 2008
Free of release liner, these labels may be limited in shape but are more eco-friendly. Read More »
Published March 25, 2008
Technicote adds new adhesive coater Technicote Inc., an ISO 9001:2000 certified company headquartered in Miamisburg, OH, USA, announced the addition of a new wide web adhesive and specialty coater at its manufacturing plant in Terre Haute, IN, USA.… Read More »
Published April 11, 2007
Adhesive Technicote Miamisburg OH USA The TM-55 adhesive is Technicote’s latest solution for the pressure sensitive roll label industry. This repositionable acrylic microsphere adhesive is ideal for temporary or multiple repositioning label… Read More »
The best of both worlds
By John Penhallow
Published November 21, 2013
If you come from the German-speaking part of Italy, you need to acquire the best of both worlds: Italian flair combined with German precision. And if you are combining these successfully while building narrow web digital presses in the town of Brixen… Read More »



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