Fastbind Inkjet Printable Tacking Rolls
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Fastbind Inkjet Printable Tacking Rolls

Brand: Fastbind
2 Questions, 2 Answers
  • Suitable for high resolution printing.
  • With permanent glue on the other side that makes it an optimal solution for case making products
  • For wide format inkjet printers.
  • Substance is 198 gsm.
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Fastbind 14" X 66' Inkjet Printable Tacking RollIJTACKROLL14
$99.00
Fastbind 24" X 66' Inkjet Printable Tacking RollFBIJTACKROLL24
$119.00

Product Description

The Fastbind Inkjet Printable Tacking Rolls has a surface coating suitable for high resolution printing. The permanent glue on the other side makes it an optimal solution for case making products like: personalized hard covers for books, photo books and albums, ring binders and CD/DVD cases. Thin Over Laminating Strongly Recomended Before Case Making. Available in two different widths (14" or 24") with a 66' length.

Product Details

  • Roll Width: 14" or 24"
  • Roll Length: 66'
  • Glue Type: Permanent
  • Use for: For wide format inkjet printers
  • Suitable for: High Resolution Printing
  • Substance: 198 gsm
  • Part Number: FBIJTACKROLL

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Questions & Answers

Asked by Anthony
For the Fastbind Inkjet Printable Tacking Rolls, the Paper Core size is Standard 2" for ink jet printers.

Answered by MyBinding
2 years and 5 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. Fastbind recommends using a thin over laminate, because the Inkjet Printable Tacking Rolls come with adhesive incorporated onto the back of the rolls you would want to use a single sided lamination process. With digital prints you would want to use either a low melt laminate or a cold adhesive based / pressure sensitive laminate because digital prints can be sensitive to temperature. One thing to consider when selecting a laminate is the thicker the laminate the harder it would be to wrap around a cover after laminating the stock. You will get the best results with thinner laminate.

Answered by MyBinding
5 years and 11 months ago ago

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