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What is Metalgard™?
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Why did Polyonics develop Metalgard™?
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Are there other uses for Metalgard™ products than just in steel or aluminum mills?
About XF-803
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What is XF-803?
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Where can I use the Polyonics XF-803 product?
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Why do my XF-803 samples seem to exhibit very low tack? (It appears that it will not adhere very well.)
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Why is it when I scratch the printed image with my fingernail or other object, it appears that the SF-803 has no resistance to scratching?
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Does XF-803 work in any application where high temperatures are encountered?
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What are the special qualification requirements?
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Can I apply XF-803 to a hot product?
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How long must XF-803 be heated to achieve mark permanence?
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This product is rated up to 600°C. Dos this mean it will work forever at this temperature?
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What if I'm close to the requirements window of time and temperature charts?
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Most of my products are much easier to sell and understand. Why do I want to get involved with such a complicated sale?
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Do I need specialty ribbons to print on this product?
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Will any thermal transfer printer work for this product?
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Can I sell this material into high resolution applications?
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How is this material shipped? What are the standard sizes?
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Is this material hard to convert?
About XF-801
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What is XF-801?
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Where can I use the Polyonics XF-801 label material?
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Why two products? Can't I just use XF-803 for all of my applications?
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Are there special qualification requirements for XF-801 similar to XF-803?
About XT-660
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What is XT-660?
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If XT-660 is a composite tag and no adhesive, why do I care about adhesive temperatures?
About XF-807
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Why would I use XF-807 in place of XF-801 or XF-803?
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Is Polyonics working on any additional High Temperature label materials?
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