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3M™ Venture Tape™ Double Coated PET Tape 3680MS74

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Specifically designed for difficult bonding applications

Durable PET backing delivers strength and conformability

Acrylic adhesive is versatile and bonds to a wide variety of substrates

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  • Specifically designed for difficult bonding applications
  • Durable PET backing delivers strength and conformability
  • Acrylic adhesive is versatile and bonds to a wide variety of substrates
  • Performs well at high and low temperatures
  • 74# moisture stable release liner makes for efficient storage and processing

3M™ Venture Tape™ Double Coated PET Tape 3680MS74 is a high performance, high tack, double coated PET tape designed for tough bonding applications. Combining a polyester backing and a permanent acrylic adhesive, this tape is formulated for a wide variety of difficult surfaces, including foams, metals and composite materials. A moisture-stable liner makes for efficient processing.

Excellent for Tough Bonding Applications
3M™ Venture Tape™ Double Coated PET Tape 3680MS74 features a polyester (PET) film backing coated on both sides with a high coat weight of acrylic adhesive. Designed specifically for tough bonding applications, this double coated tape permanently adheres to a variety of difficult substrates, including   foams, papers, plastics, metals, cloth and composite materials. It is UV resistant and performs well in temperature extremes, making it suitable for applications such as insulation facings. The 74-lb./ream release liner is moisture stable to resist curling and degradation during storage.

Recommended Applications

  • Difficult bonding applications
  • Foams, plastics and metals
  • Cloth and paper
  • Composites
  • Insulation facings

What is Double Coated Tape?
In general, double coated tape is composed of a paper, film, or tissue carrier that is coated on both sides with pressure sensitive adhesive. The adhesive is protected by a peel-away liner that can be removed at the time of application or left in place until the joining surfaces are ready to be attached. These tapes can be applied by hand or with a dispenser. Double coated tape dispensers are available in a variety of configurations ranging from manual to fully automatic. Applications for double coated tape are found in construction, fabrication, arts, and hobby.

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In our 3M Industrial Adhesives and Tapes Division, we apply the science of adhesion to deliver innovative solutions that improve the design and manufacturing processes of companies around the world. In the end, our technologies help customers like you deliver competitive products to the market faster and more efficiently.  

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