Paxar Unveils Satin Tape That Needs No Finishing Station

White Plains, N.Y.-based Paxar
Corp.’s new 910RFS satin weave single-face tape does not need a finishing station, making it a less
expensive alternative to sonic-cut and loop-folded labels, according to the company. The tape for
sewn-in care labels also features a proprietary fray-resistant coating that lasts up to 50 home
launderings when used with HS1111 ink.

The white, 100-percent polyester tape is ideal for black text and can be printed on both
sides using Paxar’s SNAP 500 printer and 636/656/676 series printers. It also can be printed with
scannable bar codes and by thermal transfer. The 910RFS tape comes in widths of 18 millimeters
(mm), 24 mm and 33 mm at 273 yards per roll and can be used in a variety of apparel markets.

December 2005