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Foam Pads & Tapes

Foam Pads & Tapes

Medical Adhesive Transfer Tapes

Medical Adhesive Transfer Tapes

Medical Cloth Tapes

Medical Cloth Tapes

Medical Paper Tapes

Medical Paper Tapes

Medical Release Liners

Medical Release Liners

Medical Silicone Tapes

Medical Silicone Tapes

Non-woven Fabric Tapes

Non-woven Fabric Tapes

Optical Lens Films

Optical Lens Films

Optical Lens Tapes & Applicators

Optical Lens Tapes & Applicators

Plastic Tapes

Plastic Tapes

Transdermal Films & Laminates

Transdermal Films & Laminates

Wire Closures & Tapes

Wire Closures & Tapes

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3M™ Medical Tape 1776, Single Sided Polyester Spunlace Nonwoven Fabric, 83# Liner, Configurable 3M™ Medical Tape 1503, Single Sided Polyethylene, 63# Liner, Configurable 3M™ 9960FS Anti-Fog Face Shield Film, 6.8 mil, Jumbo, 49 in x 1800 yds 3M™ Medical Tape 1538, Single Sided Rayon Acetate Woven Fabric, Without Liner, Configurable 3M™ Medical Securement Tube and Organizer, 1115NS 3M™ Medical Tape 4077, Elastic Blend Nonwoven Extended Wear, 83# Liner, CONFIGURABLE 3M™ PRESS-ON™ D-25 SEG.,90-30100, +1.00 Diopter 3M™ Medical Transfer Adhesive 4075, Extended Wear, Poly Liner, CONFIGURABLE 3M™ PRESS-ON™ Prism, 90-10100, 1.00 Diopter 3M™ Microfluidic Diagnostic Film 9960, Thick Double Sided Hydrophilic Film, CONFIGURABLE 1504XL HIGH TACK TRANSFER ADH, MISC SZS 3M™ Medical Tape 1509, Double Sided Transparent Polyethylene, 80# Liner, Configurable 3M™ Medical Tape 4076, Polyester Spunlace Nonwoven Extended Wear, 83# Liner, CONFIGURABLE 3M™ 9960FS Anti-Fog Face Shield Film, 14 mil, Jumbo, 50 in x 993 yds 3M™ Medical Tape 1529, Single Sided Microporous Rayon Nonwoven Fabric, 83# Liner, CONFIGURABLE 3M™ PRESS-ON™ Aspheric Lens, 90-40100, -1.00 Diopter 3M™ Microfluidic Diagnostic Tape 9792R, Single Sided Aluminum Tape, CONFIGURABLE 3M™ Medical Tape 1516, Single Sided Transparent Polyester without Liner, Configurable 3M™ Surface Saver™ Plus Optical RX Lens Processing Tape, 1640, High Bond, 4 IN X 50 YD/Roll 12RLS/CASE 3M™ Medical Release Liner 1361, 83# Paper, Configurable 3M™ Medical Foam Tape 9777L, Single Sided Polyvinyl Chloride, 72# liner, Configurable 3M™ Microfluidic Diagnostic Tape 9965, Double Sided White Tape, CONFIGURABLE 3M™ Medical Component 9818B, Flexfoam Closures, White, 11/32 IN wide x 5 1/4 IN long, 10 Strips/Sheet, 1,250 Sheets/Case 3M™ Medical Component 9779B, Flexform Wire Tape, Blue, 5/16 IN x 350 YD
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Body Worn Medical Adhesives

Your next generation device is ready for next steps. Our network of Preferred Converters includes a diverse group of medical device manufacturing experts to help you take the next step.

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Science of Silicone

Silicone Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Tapes are a special type of skin-friendly adhesive.

100+ years of "Sticky Science" Formulating and applying adhesives has been a core 3M technology since we started in business back in 1902. Today, 3M Medical Materials and Technologies offers a wide range of medical-grade tape, adhesive and film components used by medical device manufacturers around the world. This includes “skin-friendly” medical materials, intended for direct patient contact, and more aggressive medical-grade tapes, adhesives and closures used in the actual construction of medical devices made from plastic films, foams and fabrics.

By bringing in 3M at the product conception stage, you can take advantage of this expertise to potentially speed up your design process – with solutions that can help improve device reliability, enhance performance and reduce costs. At the same time, you gain access to 3M’s technology portfolio — allowing you to expand your design options— as well as resources that include manufacturing guidance, global supply chain capabilities, product testing and clinical support. Whatever product development stage you’re at, we’re ready to help you succeed – by delivering great science with a personal touch.

  • Need tools to develop your next generation medical device? If you already know what you need, order a sample.

  • Ask one of our design specialists for product recommendations or help determining solutions to fit your device design.

  • Our network of Preferred Converters include a diverse group of medical device manufacturing experts to help you take the next step.

  • Whether it is media coverage, tradeshows or upcoming webinars, our news and events is to keep you informed.


  • Applying perception science to medical Tape Design brochure cover
    Applying perception science to wearable medical device design.

    The experience of pain and discomfort highly motivates behavior and people will go to great lengths to avoid it. Medical wearables have the ability to transform lives provided they are willing to use them. Discover how the perception of pain and discomfort can guide the creation of wearable devices that are comfortable to wear and painless to remove.

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    White paper: The engineer’s guide to wearables: Lessons learned from design mishaps.

    Managing a chronic illness can be a full-time job, and it shouldn’t be further complicated by monitoring devices.

    But designing a wearable medical device that checks all the boxes on user needs is no easy feat.

    That’s why we’ve compiled our knowledge from working with design engineers and device manufacturers around the world into a guide – “The engineer’s guide to wearables: Lessons learned from design mishaps.”

    With it, you’ll learn a wide array of missteps your peers have encountered while bringing wearables to market (and how to avoid them), as well as what users really want out of their devices.

    Ready to learn more?


Learn more about body worn medical adhesives.

  • Sweat. We usually try to avoid it– but sweat helps regulate our body temperature and provides insight into our health. The keys to using sweat in monitoring and diagnosis include choosing the right analyte (for some purposes, sweat analyte levels should correlate with blood analyte levels) and getting enough sample to detect. Sweat sensing technology is still in its infancy. We have a lot to learn and discover.

  • Wearables are wonders - they have the power to enhance human health simply by connecting technology to skin. Medical wearables play a key role in enablement of positive care outcomes and help simplify care management – changing patient quality of life for the better. But when it comes to designing an effective wearable device, numerous considerations must be taken into account. In this paper, we will go “under the skin” to examine the factors that impact performance, including the science of skin and adhesion and how to make devices stick.

  • Skin is an ever-changing organ. Its complexity makes it a challenge when designing wearable devices. When you design adhesives and devices that are made to stick to skin, there’s a lot to consider. Start your design with skin in mind.

  • The skin of a diabetic patient needs special attention. Diabetes can impact blood supply to the skin and lead to a variety of skin conditions. And diabetic patients have the added risk of complications from the use of devices that monitor blood glucose levels or deliver insulin.


When you are designing a medical device that must attach to a patient’s skin, a lot depends on your choice of adhesive system. How long will the device remain on the patient? Does it need to be conformable? What skin types or conditions will be encountered? Will the adhesive be compatible with both your materials of construction and the patient? Should the adhesive be medical grade?