Thanks for the info. Last tape I had was made locally but the company was bought out and left the area. Bought 4 rolls and still have 1, it last a long time when used sparingly. I use it more for woodturning. It works well for joining small turnings to a piece of maple I have attached to a faceplate. Separating the tape from the backing can be a problem, I use a utility knife blade. I have a few game board patterns that I use my router to make peg holes in and I join the pattern & board with the tape (sparingly, it holds well).