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  • High temperature tape as advertised

    posted by Ghlargh

    It can withstand direct soldering (does not deforme if touched by a 350 C iron).
    Perfect for holding hot components in place while soldering.
    I tested this by attaching it to a copper plane on a board and proceeded to add solder to the plane, when done i removed the tape and there was a sharp straight line with no solder where the tape had been. Both the glue and the tape held up to 350 C direct contact.
    I also tried holding some bare copper wire in place while soldering them, works perfectly.
    Well... if you need a temporary fastening that can withstand high temperatures, this is for you.
  • Nice special use tape

    posted by ben1680

    Good specialize product.
    This is the tape that the industry use mainly for taping the temperature sensor into metal. It should be able to withstand the temperature range of the sensor probe. The tape thickness are ok, and should not hinder or impair the usage. You should be able to find a good use for them later on, so you better buy it from DX while they still have it. The other SKU only claim 200C but this one can withstand up to 300C. There is no way I can test this performance though, but it always good to be in the safe side, right?
  • Just like the original

    posted by richardgr

    The tape is just like the original. It's heat resistant and usually used to keep electronic parts in place and insulated. For example it's used in laptops to keep some wires in place or to tape a wireless card so it does not move or cause a short circuit. The original tape is more expensive (even without shipment costs) and even though the item seems to be a copy mine is still labeled Kapton just like the original :-)
    Have a look at the wikipedia site regarding Kapton and you will find answers to all questions regarding this item: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kapton
    Will buy again when I need more.
  • It's "Kapton" tape

    posted by EM745

    The little yellow "holder" tape has "Kapton" written on it, which suggests that this is the same polyimide film product DuPont sells :) . Rigid plastic (not cardboard) inner core.
    Roll was wider (diameter) than I expected (around 3.75" / 9.7cm). This is the 9mm width tape. Other widths are avaliable here at DX.
    I haven't used it yet, but I have no doubt it'll come in useful at some point. Use it when regular (black) electrical tape won't cut it because of expected high temps.
  • Perfect

    posted by Kulitorum

    Good quality, good packaging. Does what you'd expect from tape, and does it well. Does not smell white heated to 200c.It's as good as you'd expect from kapton tape, just like the real thing. I have not tried it past 240c, but I expect it to preform equally well.There's really not much else to say.
    What you need for the hotbed of your reprap. Or for rebuilding extruders.I use it on my hotbed and my prints sticks, both PLA and ABS. Forget about hairspray, this stuff is perfect.
    If you need heat-resistant tape, this is it.


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