1. Films used: transparent PET, translucent PET, transparent OPP, translucent OPP, transparent PVC, glossy white PVC, dull white PVC, synthetic paper, glossy gold (silver) polyester, matte gold (silver) polyester.
2. Adhesive type: general-purpose super-adhesive type, general-purpose strong-adhesive type, refrigerated food strong-adhesive type, general re-opening type, fiber re-opening type self-adhesive stickers
3. Use bottom paper: white, blue, yellow glassine paper (or garlic paper onion), kraft paper, polyester PET, coated paper, and polyethylene.
The earliest self-adhesive was produced in the hands of a chemist from the 3M company in the United States. It was in 1964. At that time, when he was researching various adhesive formulations, he formulated a new type of adhesive with greater viscosity but not easy to cure. Use it to paste things, even after a long time can be easily peeled off.
At the time, people thought that this kind of viscose would not be very useful, so they didn't pay much attention to it. In 1973, a new product development team of 3M company applied this glue to the back of commonly used trademarks, and then glued a piece of paper coated with a trace of wax on the glue. In this way, the world's first label paper was born.
As a result, the role of self-adhesive has been discovered one after another. There are more and more people who use self-adhesive. Self-adhesive labels can be roughly divided into two types: one is paper-based self-adhesive labels, and the other is film-based self-adhesive labels.
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We (Alice) are a professional manufacturer of furniture nameplates, we can produce zinc alloy, aluminum, copper, brass, pvc, etc. And we also produce stickers and labels. The application of self-adhesive labels is particularly extensive. With the improvement of technology, the self-adhesive printing market continues to expand, occupying more than half of the applications of trademarks, stickers, signs, and nameplates.