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At Fasnap Corp., we offer a wide variety of sewing/stitching services tailored for your specific needs. Whether it’s manufacturing boxed stitched webbing and/or hook & loop tape for extra reinforcement or straight stitched pre-cut webbing with a snap hook we have you covered. We understand the value our production services that benefit your company’s ROI.
Combined, Fasnap’s production staff has 62+ years experience... that translates into an assurance of quality that directly affects your bottom line.
Depending on your needs, Fasnap has a variety of webbing and FasGrip® hook & loop tape materials in stock. We carry lightweight and heavyweight polypropylene, polyester, and nylon webbing. Polypropylene webbing is available in 21 colors. and 1, 1 1/2, and 2 inch widths. Eleven different hook & loop colors in widths between 5/8 and 4 inches.
We can accommodate your specifications based on factors including cost, durability, strength, etc. Eight industrial sewing machines capable of stitching straight, button hole, and box stitching are maintained and ready for your purchase order. Fasnap has access to a wide array of thread colors for sewing assembled straps.
Please note that we also have other “tape like” products that include Fasnap brand Snap Tape, aggressive high sheer FasGrip® hook & loop, solo tape, Fastape®, shock cord, elastic and more.
For applications requiring pre-cut webbing, shock cord, or hook and loop, save time, labor and hassle by having Fasnap’s automated machinery do the job.
Our state-of-the-art cutting equipment can handle all your cutting needs, and is a cost effective alternative to manual cutting processes. For information about these value-added services or other customer services we offer, call a Fasnap® sales representative today.
Ultrasonic welding is used to secure two materials together. The ultrasonic welding process uses high-frequency waves instead of heat or electricity. As two components are secured under pressure, the ultrasonic welder emits acoustic waves that travel through the materials. This process causes the materials to vibrate creating friction and heat that makes the components melt. Upon completion, the two separate parts form a single component as they cool and harden. Ultrasonic welding does not require soldering, fasteners, adhesives or other binding materials, such as thread.
Ultrasonic welding hook and loop tape together is a cost effective process that can substitute for stitching. The ultrasonic welder creates a bond that is stronger than that achieved by sewing. Subsequently, sonic welded hook and loop straps have the strength equivalent of one solid piece of material, creating a reliable bond.
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