Ensure production is monitored, equipment is properly maintained and assembly line products meet specific requirements during manufacturing, with custom accepted tags from St. Louis Tag.
Ideal for factories, labs, manufacturing facilities, warehouses and more, accepted tags help save time and money by speeding up the production and inspection processes. Quickly check and tag accepted parts with our heavy-duty tags to help you keep track of inventory production, inspection, and service records.
Our custom accepted tags come in a variety of different colors, shapes, and sizes to meet each of our clients' specific needs. With our custom tag printing process, we can pre-print text or insert custom fields for detailed information, such as "customer," "date," "equipment number," "part name," "part description," "quantity," "inspected by," "accepted by," etc. Complete with custom hole-punching and a tear-resistant, fiber-reinforced hole patch, your tags can be attached to inventory with string or wire, and you can even color code your tags for easy identification and organization, making your inventory process a breeze.
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We offer 12 standard sizes that are available as is, with clipped corners or with rounded corners. Fully customized die cut shapes are also available.
We offer numerous material options for tag printing, including high grade printing paper for retail tags, durable Tyvek and vinyl for industrial tags, and carbonless carbon paper for multi-part hang tags.
In addition to the 21 standard colors we offer for our tags, we can create virtually any color by flood coating our white tags. We also offer full-color process printing for creating eye-catching designs with fine details.
Tags are typically punched with either 3/16” or 3/8” holes and can be reinforced with fiber patches and/or metal eyelets for securely attaching tags to items.
We offer several standard string materials, including elastic, mercerized cotton, cotton/poly blend, polished cotton twine and a natural option that is similar to jute. These can either be knotted or looped. For more industrial applications, we offer several different types and gauges of metal wire options.