Our Stick & Staple RFID products are ideal for applications involving hard-to-adhere surfaces (pallets, crates, barrels) with the tag’s construction protecting the inlay. These RFID tags attach directly to assets with adhesive and you have the added option of stapling the tag, ensuring the tag stays attached to those hard-to-adhere surfaces while not damaging the inlay. Ideal for wood and cardboard applications, the tag’s construction protects the inlay by sealing it from environmental conditions that could affect the performance of the RFID tag.
Perfect for applications that need a bit more than just adhesive, Metalcraft’s Stick and Staple RFID Tag attaches directly to assets with adhesive with the added option of stapling the tag, ensuring the tag stays attached to those hard-to-adhere surfaces while not damaging the inlay.
RFID for Wood Surfaces Resources
What is RFID? A Basic Guide to Radio Frequency Identification
What is RFID? Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a technology that uses a radio wave to identify an object. The main components of an RFID inlay include the IC (integrated chip) which executes commands and stores data; the antenna which absorbs RF waves and helps broadcast the signal; and the substrate which is the material that the chip and antenna are attached to.
Best Asset Tags For Plastic Containers & Pallets [RFID & Non-RFID]
Returnable asset tracking including containers, pallets, totes and other mobile assets are vital to a company's supply chain and delivery fulfillment processes. Traditionally plastic containers, returnable pallets and other mobile container items are well known for being lost, damaged and generally hard to manage because of their portability, environment and heavy usage.
RFID Numbering Options
Customers for RFID tag technology will find numerous options when purchasing tags. Choices usually depend upon the cost, the application and the design requirements more so than esthetics. Materials, affixing methods, environments, sizes, and production times are considered while making the choice, as is numbering.
RFID Helps Squeeze More Time Out of the Day
More commonly than ever before, RFID technology takes a part in everyday life.
Most people, whether or not they like it, live by the clock: every minute is precious.
If something can be done to add extra time value to the day, most are going to take advantage of the opportunity.
Increasingly, RFID can add extra time and value in everything from shopping to pet care and medical visits.
GlobeRanger and Metalcraft team up to provide ID solution to whiskey distillery
Making whiskey is an age-old process that large distilleries have down to a science. One large US-based distillery wanted to improve their data collection process by integrating RFID technology to track and utilize data about a critical asset in the production process – the barrel.