Tack Boards

November 2005
New Equipment Digest;Nov2005, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p75
Trade Publication
The article reports that newly launched Pres-Pak tack boards are pressure-sensitive adhesive boards for holding electronic components, springs, odd-shaped plastic parts, etc., firmly in place during transit or storage. Pres-Pak boards eliminate the need for separate containers because all parts of a final product can be put on a single board, regardless of size or shape, and packed in a standard-sized container.


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