Hook and Loop Converting

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    Can you Cut to the Same Length Pieces?

    Hook and loop is sold separately on 25 yard rolls, but we realize that no one uses it that way. Some people use smaller pieces, some use longer pieces, some use one side only, and some use the same sizes for both sides. This is why we offer our cut to length service for free. Yep, free. F-R-E-E.

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    Our Free Cut To Length Option

    At HookandLoop.com, DuraGrip Brand and VELCRO® Brand hook and loop fasteners are sold on 25 yard rolls for just about all of the products we offer. But we know that you aren't using this material like that. You are probably cutting it to size and using it in one or several different ways. That's why we offer our cut to length service for free.

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    Logo Imprinting

    We offer lots of customization and converting services at HookandLoop.com, including logo imprinting onto the straps we manufacture. We make straps from the hook and loop material we sell. There are 4 strap styles we offer, all of which can be customized by size, length, color and material as well as further customizing based on drawing specs or additional pieces added to it.

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    COVID-19 Face Shields

    In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic that has taken the world by storm, HookandLoop.com has been uniquely positioned to supply companies with large quantities of hook and loop material with incredible efficiency. Through our efforts, and the efforts of our customers and suppliers, we've been able to supply wholesale straps for the manufacture of hundreds of thousands of face shields and other PPE.

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    Baltimore Orioles Pitchers Use Hook and Loop

    Professional baseball organizations like the Baltimore Orioles are taking advantage of technology typically encountered in film studios, and hook and loop technology plays an integral role in their success. In a relatively new training procedure, staff use these simple fasteners to affix scores of reflective balls to the body of a pitcher and observe his performance. With the aid of motion capture analysis, teams hope to reduce the incidence of injuries and develop superior training regimens for critical team members.

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    Sewing Options

    We use industrial sewing machines to manufacture heavy duty straps for all sorts of applications. With over 40 years of experience among our seamstresses, there are tons of stitches our staff is capable of. We straight stitch, box stitch, zig zag stitch and more on straps as small as a few inches to straps that are over 20 feet long.

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    Cut & Stack Service

    At HookandLoop.com, we cut rolls of hook or loop to length for free. We’ll even mate the hook and the loop together and cut it to length too. But an additional service we offer is particularly useful for back to back hook and loop fasteners like VELCRO® Brand ONE-WRAP®.

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    Industrial Sewing Machines vs. Home Sewing Machines

    The types of sewing machines we use for reinforcing hook and loop straps with polypropylene webbing have some differences compared to a standard sewing machine you might have at home. We’ll go over some of those differences here.

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    Embroidery on Webbing

    Embroidery is a process of stitching a design or decoration into a material. We offer this capability on our webbing because the hook and loop does not allow for ease of function when embroidered. Stitching on hook and loop limits its usefulness. We often sew hook and loop, but that is done to provide a strong hold or reinforce the material. The stitching in those instances is done on the outer portions of the hook and loop, mostly in the selvage edge where no hook or loop is located.

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    Pad Print Techniques

    Pad printing is the printing process we use to imprint logos and information onto hook and loop. Typically, this printing is done on the back side of the hook portion of a custom strap so it will be outward facing when in use. We use a PLT 9 ink that is available in black or white ink, but we also have several other colors available for a $35 up-charge. This ink works well with our clichés and leaves clean imprint on the smooth nylon backing.

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