#1 Most Popular Size 7/32" wide x 1.25 mil Thick Copper Backed 3M™ Venture Tape™ Copper Foil Tape 1725
7/32" wide x 1.25 mil thick Copper Front / Copper Back x 36 Yards 3M™ Venture Tape™ Copper Foil Tape 1725-732
Copper front / Copper back stained glass copper foil.
3M™ Venture Tape™ Copper Foil Tape 1725 is a very narrow copper foil backed tape coated with a clear acrylic adhesive on one side. The heat-resistant adhesive delivers an extremely high tack, and high tensile copper foil is very malleable to wrap tightly around corners by hand or using automated equipment. This tape is excellent for stained glass production.
A Thin, Malleable, High Tack Copper Tape for Stained Glass
3M™ Venture Tape™ Copper Foil Tape 1725 features a 1.25 mil copper foil backing with a clear, pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive. The backing is high tensile copper which is extremely malleable, allowing it to wrap smoothly even around tight corners by hand or using automated equipment. The adhesive resists heat and delivers a very high initial tack on a range of surfaces. Excellent for stained glass manufacturing, 3M™ Venture Tape™ Copper Foil Tape 1725 presents a low profile and allows for smooth, uniform solder beads.
Recommended Applications and Helpful Foiling Suggestions:
- Stained glass art creation
- If you desire a thinner or thicker solder line please do use wider or narrower sized stained glass foil.
- Warm your glass to have the foil backing stick better... xo
We have this foil set in our shipping category that is up to 8 items in a padded envelope USPS Priority mail.
Here is one example of what thicker and thinner width foil looks like:
We recommend a Copper Foil Dispenser.
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