(2-Pack) 1 Mil Hi-Temp Kapton Tape; 2 Roll Set of Polyimide Film Tape for 3D Printing, Soldering, Insulating Circuit Boards & More! (1 Inch)

(2-Pack) 1 Mil Hi-Temp Kapton Tape; 2 Roll Set of Polyimide Film Tape for 3D Printing, Soldering, Insulating Circuit Boards & More!

Durable and easily conformable, our high temperature Kapton film tape is ideal for many home and commercial applications, and now sold in convenient 2-roll value packs!

Made of heat-resistant polyimide film and backed by silicone adhesive, our Kapton tape will leave you with clean precise lines and wraps that are easy to remove, with no gunky residue. Even at excessive temperatures!

Safe and RoHS compliant, our low static film tape can withstand temperatures from -452 to 752 degrees Fahrenheit, ideal for high-temperature powder-coating, automotive sensor and manifold work, etching, fiber optics cable wrapping and 3D printing. ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) plastic used in 3D printers adheres securely to Kapton tape for seamless, un-warped designs every time. Our temperature resistant tape is also fantastic for insulation and soldering – you can put the soldering iron on the tape and it won’t melt!

Whether you’re wrapping, coating, repairing, or insulating, our transparent Kapton tape is the ultimate tool. Sturdy but easily conformable, our tape is transparent for superior task visibility. Enjoy easy, perfectly placed applications every time.

Each roll contains 216 feet of polymide Kapton film tape. Now available in 1/2-inch, 1-inch, and 2-inch sizes. Each size is 1 mil thick, with a tensile strength of 33,500 psi. RoHS compliant.

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Product Features

  • ✓ CONVENIENT 2 PACK – High temperature Kapton tape now sold in value packs of 2 rolls; each roll contains 216 feet per roll.
  • ✓ HIGH TEMPERATURE POLYIMIDE FILM TAPE – Kapton tape is durable and capable of withstanding temperatures from -452 to 752 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • ✓ NO RESIDUE – Backed with silicone adhesive, our high temperature tape peels away cleanly, without residue.
  • ✓ TRANSPARENT – Transparency allows for project visibility, such as observation of circuit boards during processing, and makes perfect placement easy.
  • ✓ MULTI-PURPOSE APPLICATIONS – Strong, but easily conformable, our Kapton tape is ideal for a variety of home and commercial projects like 3D printing, soldering, high-temperature powder coating, etching, and more!

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Kickstarter 3D printer will print circuit boards as part of your designs

When people talk about home hack projects that can be put together in a workshop, a lot depends on just what kind of workshop you’re talking about. It’s one thing if your dream is to put together a basic 3D-printed object that could be created with limited space and resources; it’s another entirely if you’re planning to design and print your own 3D-printed gadgets from the ground up.

That’s where Berlin-based startup Next Dynamics’ new NexD1 3D printer — currently on Kickstarter — comes into play. Promising to act as a multi-material and electronics 3D printer in one, it’s an intriguing technology that hopes to be your one-stop shop for all your home tech prototyping needs. Best of all? It’s small (and, dare we say, stylish) enough to sit on your desk.

“Originally we were going to build a PCB (printed circuit board) printer, but somewhere along the way we realized we could do so much more than that,” Ben Hartkopp, a member of the Next Dynamics team, told Digital Trends. “That’s how we arrived at the idea of building a multi-material printer that is also capable of printing circuit boards and electronics.”

The NexD1 can print six materials at once and combine these for limitless characteristics — including conductivity, transparency, flexibility, strength, temperature resistance, color, and more. It isn’t a filament-based printer, but rather employs a polyjet-style printing system with a resin-laying print head reminiscent of an inkjet printer.

On top of that, it can also print fully-functional low-resistance circuits, which can then be incorporated into your electronic designs at a precision of 10 microns.

More: Desktop pick-and-place machine will create your own printed circuit boards

The project is currently raising funds on Kickstarter, where it launched earlier today, and it has already racked up more than half its 200,000-euro ($213,000) target.

Of course, any crowdfunded 3D printer carries a degree of risk — not least because users are being asked to part with a decent amount of money. However, this looks very impressive and if it works as advertised, we’re in for a treat when it starts shipping in September 2017.

You can pre-order your unit from the Kickstarter campaign link above, with prices starting from around $3,000.

“The idea with this technology is to make it affordable and accessible to everyone,” Hartkopp continued. “If you look at the nearest comparable models in terms of functionality, they’re in the $100,000-plus price range. We thought that it should be possible to develop a printer in such a way that it would be much more affordable, while retaining the high quality of industrial printers. This is really for anyone who’s got a dream about some gadget they’d love to make. If you want to build these devices and iterate really fast, all of that’s possible with our machine.”

As The X-Files‘ Fox Mulder once said, “I want to believe…”