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yellow self-adhesive fabric marking dots 12 mm

coloured fabric, Steierform 87-67401

yellow self-adhesive fabric marking dots
yellow self-adhesive fabric marking dots

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Order no.: 3241210
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Packaging unit: 6000 pieces
Stock: Ready for shipping
Delivery time: 2 - 4 working days
Block price:
From 12.000 pieces: 0,57 EUR per 100 pieces
From 24.000 pieces: 0,53 EUR per 100 pieces
From 48.000 pieces: 0,50 EUR per 100 pieces

0,57 EUR per 100 pieces

Net price ex VAT plus delivery/shipping costs
pieces

Highlights

  • cost effective fabric in many different colours (7 colours)
  • very high adhesive strength, yet removable
  • very flexible; can be written on, good ageing properties
  • can be applied to many substrates

Description

These coloured marking dots find uses everywhere. The 12mm dia size is available in rolls of 6,000 pieces (3 offset columns) and can easily be accommodated in an office drawer, in the QA department or carried by an operative. The 25mm dia size is supplied with 5,000 pieces on a roll (2 offset columns). This simple and effective product provides cost savings by allowing visual allocations to projects, differentiations between good and rejected items and confirmation of commissioned objects. Annual or more frequent stock takes benefit from these coloured marking dots.

Conclusion

A cost effective, colourful ‘helper’ in every department, indispensible in any organisation. Adhesive dots find uses everywhere: from A for acceptance to Z for zillions of applications.
  • for planning, scheduling, organising
  • marking in goods in and commissioning
  • quality control (eg green = pass, yellow = pending, red = fail)
  • stock take (old stock – new stock, counted – not counted, recorded by weight – numbers)
  • for marking of parts for rework or rejects
  • for general identification, eg allocation to specific projects