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What's the standard wall thickness for tape and label manufacturing?
Last Updated: 02/15/2015
The most common wall thickness for tape cores and label cores, used during many manufacturing and converting processes, is .125" (1/8"). Click here for a list of tape and label cores available for immediate shipment.


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