EIS has expertise in die-cut adhesives, adhesive masking materials, adhesive laminating, adhesive-backed materials, adhesive foam tape, converted adhesive film, pressure-sensitive materials, and more. Our experts in product engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain logistics assess a customer’s application needs. We provide the best possible assembly solution for their application using a product development team, an impressive supplier and partner network, and fully-equipped prototyping and manufacturing facilities.
Spanning a diverse range of applications, EIS excels in optimizing assembly processes for various industries. By providing specialized adhesives for application to low-surface energy plastics, we help automotive manufacturers streamline the bonding of interior components. For electronic manufacturers, we assist in securing delicate components on PCBs with high-strength adhesives, ensuring durability and reliability.
EIS offers its customers more effective and flexible alternatives to metal fasteners that enhance product design, performance, and economy through engineered materials and packaged adhesives.
We have applications experience with the latest bonding techniques, including adhesive tapes, adhesives for harsh environments, high-strength adhesives, and adhesive use on large surface areas.
Contact us to ask our dedicated bonding, joining, and sealing support team to help with your application.
We fabricate 3M™ VHB™/automotive acrylic foam tapes used in a variety of applications and industries. Our engineers use die-cutting and laser cutting techniques, allowing precision cuts to fit any shape, size, or profile while minimizing assembly time. These tapes perform incredibly high strength and continually prove a superior choice in the plastic injection molding process.
We know that efficiency is a priority to our consumer.
Over 30 years ago, EIS created extended liner and tabbing capabilities to ease removal. We have the ability to create “looper tabs” or “split pull tabs” on the secondary liner. That secondary liner is pulled off by the injection molders when it applies the tape to the parts. They then ship to the assembly plant which is where the 3M liner gets removed and the molded part is attached to the vehicle, appliance, etc.