In this part we’re going to uncover the role of the tape dispenser. the reasons why your tape isn’t sticking properly. If you haven’t read Part 1: The Basics of Tape or Part 2: A Sticky Issue we recommend you take a minute and read those if you haven’t.
Dispensing tape can be a love or hate relationship. Good dispensers apply a uniform strip that seals, a bad dispenser usually leaves air bubbles and uneven seals which happens in an instant and from a single misstep, that is why tape dispensers are so valuable even more so when multiple packages are needed in a hurry.
Why is it important to have a tape dispenser?
Even if you’re sealing one package there’s no guarantee that it’ll be your last. Having a dispenser on hand ensures you can find both the tape and dispenser in one place rather than looking for the two items in different locations .Say goodbye to using a pair of scissors, a kitchen knife, spare keys or even your teeth to cut that perfect length of tape. Dispensers designed with better grips, adjustable features and made using lightweight and durable materials make the job more pleasant and painless.
Manual or Machine?
With performance expect price, thankfully most manual dispensers are affordable and well suited for most jobs. A machine can pay dividends especially when multiple sizes need precise cuts of tape at a faster rate. Some options are entirely programmable and automated.
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