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Silver Aluminum Tags Blank 2-Sided Circle - Sublimation & Laser Engraving Compatible

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Packs of 25 - Ideal for use with Sublimation & Laser Engraving
Use: Indoor
Material: Aluminum
Shape: Circle
Sublimation Printing: Yes
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Blank, Silver Aluminum Metal Tags for Sublimating or Laser Engraving - 2-Sided Circle Shape - Pack of 25

Print your own tags with our blank, silver metal circle tags that are compatible with Sublimation and Laser Engraving.

Our 1-1/2" Circle Tags are ready to ship fast from our Michigan facility. Or request a quote online for custom sizes, or colors, such as Brushed Silver, Copper and Brushed Gold Aluminum.

These blank silver, metal tags are ideal for printing many types of industrial, commercial and office tags, or any indoor use.

They feature one 3/16" hole for easy fastening with a ball chain, snap hook or other tag fastener.

Blank Sublimation Tag Specs:

  • 1-1/2" Circle
  • Silver 2-Sided Tags
  • .040" Thick
  • Hole Size: One 3/16" hole
  • Sold in Packs of 25, starting at $24.80

Call for special, bulk pricing on 500+ tags.

Sublimation Printing is a method for transferring images onto a substrate. Sublimation printing involves the use of a digital printer to produce mirrored images on paper that has been specially coated with a transfer material.

The transfer paper is placed into a heat press with the substrate and exposed to high temperatures. This allows the ink and transfer material to move into the gas state. Once the ink and transfer material are in a gas state, they permeate the fibers of the substrate material. When the heat is removed, the ink has permeated the substrate fibers and solidified. The image is then permanently transferred to the substrate and will not peel or scratch off.