There are lots of different types of RFID tags but a question we often answer is how RFID tags are constructed?
In this post we attempt to answer this question and highlight the most common construction we see for passive rfid tags.Read more
What if you could have the durability of a metal asset tag with RFID technology?
A few years ago this combination would have been thought impossible but Metalcraft, the leader in durable asset tags, has developed the metal RFID tag that fuses the strength and longevity of a metal asset tag with the technological power of RFID.Read more
There are primarily three basic types of RFID tags that are familiar to most consumers who use the technology: active, passive, and semi-passive. Find out which type of tag will be the best fit for your RFID application.Read more
Making its debut as the answer to identifying reusable goods permanently, the RFID In Mold Label (RFID IML) presents itself as an uncompromising identifier even under extremely adverse conditions.
Formerly, used as a marketing tool, IML has found its way into manufacturing both in terms of items being manufactured and in terms of items in use.Read more
The Universal Micro Asset Tag measuring at 1 7/8" x 5/8" is a great solution to your identification projects that require a small RFID tag with greaRead more
Metalcraft today announced an agreement with Technologies ROI, Inc. (TROI) to serve the industrial market for RFID. The licensing agreement combines each company’s expertise and technologies to strengthen RFID metal nameplates.Read more
Metalcraft produces durable asset tags designed specifically for all types of returnable containers including plastic containers and plastic pallets. See the metal, polymer and RFID asset tagging options to best fit any asset tracking application.Read more
Customers for RFID tag technology will find numerous options when purchasing tags. Choices usually depend upon the cost, the application and the design requirements more so than aesthetics.
Materials, affixing methods, environments, sizes, and production times are considered while making the choice, as is numbering.Read more