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  • This is what the big manufacturers use

    posted by ZdenekJi

    This tape is definitely not fake, I have tried to burn through it with a soldering iron set to the max temperature where the solder readily crusts and the tape just merely bent under it and was shiny again after wiping.It is worth mentioning that this is the THIN variety of such tape, as seen on connectors in hi-tech electronics. If you want a thicker tape, buy sku.5101 which I also bought.These tapes also have a curiously well-sticking glue making them ideal even for not-so-hot areas, you just can rely on them staying put.
    I will be using this to insulate soldering joints in my future home-made Li-Po battery packs.
    If you are into DIY stuff, what are you waiting for?
  • 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.
  • excellent tape

    posted by enry80

    cheap- real specification with more tolerance for hight temperature (300ºc over short times) but holds stick- very good indeed. the specification over the temp is really true and overpass the standard specified.it´s handy and I can use it again the piece of tape.
    -the glue in over-high temperature (over 275ºc) becomes muddy and gummy. -*slightest details*-it should be other size tapes with this fetures.-you can´t use it again the piece of tape if it was applied over temperature, the issue is the glue no the same tape.
    Very Good tape and cheap!
  • Great for heated build platform 3d printers

    posted by PieterNr1

    I needed something to 3d print on. And needs to be Heat Resistant. Well this did the job. Not only that the printed material does not stick to it after it cools down. That was exactly what i needed.
    When needed i can be removed it will leave no residue. It cloud also be used as a replacement for kapton tape but i did not try that
    If it would be wider 12cm it would be easier to apply. Now i need to add more than one layer but that it not a problem.
    Great value for money ! Ik will order more in the near future
  • Very typical high-temp tape performs well

    posted by fruzzetti

    Withstands high temperatures in an automotive setting (under hood attached to a supercharger).
    Holds up against various solvents pretty well.
    Withstands SMD soldering temperatures.
    I bought this tape to do some under-hood labeling in a supercharged car. The engine temperatures get pretty high but the tape holds fast. This kind of tape will typically degrade over time until the adhesive hardens and the tape falls off if disturbed. If the adhesive hardens and the tape is not disturbed it should last.
    Don't expect tapes like this to remain flexible; that's really not what high-temp tape is for. It's supposed to be applied in a fixed position as a fastener in a high-temperature environment. It's not for making improvised hinges or flaps, but for attaching stuff to non-moving parts. Use it for this purpose and it will do every job you need it to.

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