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Shrinktape.com Announces “Engineer’s Corner” Feature on Its Website

August 12, 2012

The Engineer´s Corner is a new resource on the Shrinktape.com site that answers technical questions and provides useful technical data such as formulas for calculating compressive force on a particular part.

(PRWEB) August 12, 2012

Dunstone, the innovative producer of tapes and films for emerging high-tech applications, has announced the addition of the “Engineer´s Corner” to its website. Dunstone´s products are manufactured to very precise standards, making them a trusted choice for those who demand precision and consistency in their tapes, tubes and films.

The Engineer´s Corner is a resource on the site that answers technical questions and provides useful technical data such as formulas for calculating compressive force on a particular part. Answers include: information on how to choose the correct type of tape, how much tape to use, deciding whether to use release coated tape, and when perforated tape is the right choice. The site also explains the different factors that can affect the compressive force on a part when tape is applied.

“Since 1958, Dunstone has earned a reputation as experts in the industry,” says Rob Mehal, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, “and customers from all markets come to us for answers that help them make the right choices. We started the Engineer´s Corner to answer some of the most common questions that we hear, and to share valuable information to help make the buying process easier.”

Dunstone also offers free samples for customers who would like to evaluate a product before purchase. For more information about Dunstone and the Engineer´s Corner, visit http://www.shrinktape.com.

About Shrink Tape:

Founded in 1958 by a UC Berkley engineer, Dunstone’s core business today, heat shrinkable polyester tape, remains the same one that helped establish the company as an innovative producer of tapes and films for emerging high-tech applications. Owned and operated by the Kryder family for 47 years, in 2005, Dunstone was purchased by Electrolock, Inc., a company well established as a distributor and manufacturer of high performance materials for high-voltage electrical, thermal insulation, and mechanical applications. In 2008, Dunstone proudly celebrated its 50th anniversary. Dunstone’s corporate headquarters are in Charlotte, NC, where the company manufactures and distributes its products globally.

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