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3M™ Press Printable Label Materials 7860E, White, 150 mm x 508 m, 0.05 mm

3M ID 7000116365
  • Excellent quick tack that bonds well to a variety of surfaces
  • 65 gsm densified glassine liner for consistent die cutting
  • The topcoat improves ink anchorage
  • Offers durability in harsh environments
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  • Excellent quick tack that bonds well to a variety of surfaces
  • 65 gsm densified glassine liner for consistent die cutting
  • The topcoat improves ink anchorage
  • Offers durability in harsh environments

3M™ Thermal Transfer Polyester Label Material 7860E is our 50 micron, gloss white polyester labelstock designed for thermal transfer printing. It’s UL and CUL recognised.

For property identification, asset labelling, rating plates and barcode labels in harsh environments, use 3M™ Thermal Transfer Polyester Label Material 7860E. It has a 50 micron labelstock and is ideal for thermal transfer printing. Our 7860E uses the 300E adhesive for excellent quick tack that bonds well to a variety of surfaces, including metals and high surface energy (HSE) plastics. It’s ideal for applications requiring high initial adhesion, especially low surface energy (LSE) plastics. The polyester facestock is topcoated for thermal transfer printing and offers durability in harsh environments. The topcoat also improves ink anchorage for traditional forms of press printing. Resin ribbons are recommended for optimum durability. This label material is UL and CUL recognised.

Suggested Applications

  • Use for property identification, asset labelling, rating plates and barcode labels
  • Suitable for metals, high surface energy (HSE) plastics and low surface energy (LSE) plastics