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Magnetic C-profile Strip 10mm width, Magnetic C-profile / Labeling Strip, Flexible Magnetic Extrusion Labels, Magnetisches C-Profile, Rubber Magnetic Label Strip Holders
Magnetic C-profile Strip 10mm width features:
Part No.: HSMCPS-10
width: 10 mm
length: 10 m
Optional accessories: perforated insert paper (customized size ok)
Customzied sizes are accepted with mould fees charged
BY using the C profile magnetic strips, also known as label holders, labels can be applied to ferrous surfaces (such as whiteboards). The C profile magnetic strip is permanently magnetic and has a strong adhesion. The C profile magnetic strips are 50 mm wide and are offered by the metre includes:
the magnetic C profile;
a cardboard strip (white);
a transparent plastic cover strip.
The magnetic strip can be cut to the desired length with scissors. The magnetic strips are composed of a rubber C profile magnet into which you can slide a cardboard strip and a transparent plastic cover strip. The title or label is written or taped on the cardboard strip. The magnetic strip is an easy way to organise a visualisation board (whiteboard), while maintaining flexibility in the layout.
Buy Magnetic Labels: C-profile C Channel Magnetic Label Holder Strip
For use in offices, workshops, warehouses and garages as temporary or permanent signage, labeling or identification.
Strong and robust, it can be used steel racking, cabinets and shelving etc.
The magnet C-profile comes complete with card and acetate inserts and is available as 50 metre rolls or cut pieces.
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Custom cutting of sheet is usually by die cutting or plotter cutting. Plotter cutting is best for thinner materials – as the material gets thicker there is an increased tendency for the edges to rise giving a slight dog-bone effect on the outer edges only– on larger pieces this usually not a problem. When such an effect becomes too great or is not desired by the customer on small pieces for example, die cutting is then required but this may require dedicated tooling to be produced (which can be expensive relative to the cost of the magnets). Die cutting may be required anyway for the thicker magnetic sheets and can be cost effective for high quantity production runs.