NEW Video Tour of Pro Tapes® Facility and Contract Converting Capabilities

With headquarters in North Brunswick, New Jersey, Pro Tapes & Specialties® operates out of a 150,000 sq. ft. facility, equipped with a full range of state-of-the art converting and custom packaging equipment. From fully automatic high speed wide-web slitters to precision rotary die-cut and flatbed presses, Pro Tapes® has invested profoundly in equipment and technology designed specifically for the conversion and packaging of pressure sensitive tapes.

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Pro Tapes® latest investment is a fully automatic G&A FA300 with an integrated packaging line.

Pro Tapes® latest investment, our new G&A FA300 Wide Web Slitter

Pro Tapes® latest investment is a fully automatic G&A FA300 wide web slitter with an integrated LS60 packaging line which rounds out our capabilities in our arsenal of state-of-the-art converting equipment. This new FA300 & LS60 provides Pro Tapes® the versatility and dexterity to convert and package the widest possible range of materials of any single machine available on the market today.

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Pro Tapes is Taking Speed and Flexibility to a Whole New Level with its Recent Investments

Pro Tapes® most recent investments add a new level of versatility to our already formidable arsenal of state of the art converting equipment.

With our recent additions to our production line-up, our new G&A RT800 and ALS dual mandrel automated lathe slitter, Pro Tapes® is taking it to a whole new level of speed and flexibility when it comes to service and quality. Continue reading

5 Situations Where Lathe Slitting Is Your Best Option

ProTapes has equipment to do many types of slitting. When possible wide web slitting is preferred by most customers because of the cost benefits associated with its high volume output. But when is it better to chose a lathe slitter to convert your materials? Below are 5 scenarios where lathe slitting is your best option.

1. Small runs
Multiple core I.D. optionsWhen converting from jumbo rolls, the efficiency gained for larger jobs on a wide web slitter is great. However, often times, order minimums required for wide web slitting can far exceed the customer’s requirements, and that’s one situation lathe slitting is a great option. 
2. Narrow widths
Although a rotary die tool slitting can also be used for widths below 12mm, it requires an upfront investment Continue reading