3M™ Overlaminate Label Materials are designed for protective overlaminate applications. A durable facestock resists scuffs, abrasions and chemicals. Different adhesives are available for performance in a variety of temperatures, substrates, and environments – including oily metals.
Designed specifically for protective laminating applications, our 3M™ Overlaminate Label Materials offer facestocks that resist abrasions, scuffs and chemicals. The 55-lb. densified kraft paper liner provides excellent stability for a range of conversions including rotary die cutting, flatbed die cutting and automatic dispensing.
Bar code tracking
Track and trace
Thermal transfer labels
Variable information printing (VIP)
Brand and instruction labels
Caution warning labels
Surface protection and masking
Digital window graphics
About 3M Adhesives for Overlaminate Label Materials
3M™ Overlaminate Label Materials feature a range of our specially-formulated adhesives for just the right balance of adhesion and removability. Adhesives include:
3M™ Adhesive 350 is a modified acrylic adhesive ideal for applications requiring high shear strength even on low surface energy materials, powder coatings or slightly oily metals.
3M™ Adhesive 400 is a medium-firm pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive system that delivers a consistently strong bond across a range of temperatures up to 250°F/121°C.
3M™ Adhesive P1212 is a high-clarity emulsion, ideal for use on overlamination and decorative films. It adheres well to painted metal (except powder coats), plastics such as polystyrene and ABS, galvanized and stainless steel, aluminum and even glass.
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