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    A solution I use for not being able to locate double sided adhesive foam tape thicker than the readily available 1/16" thickness (which I found too thin to maintain good contact between the MedTex 180 Fabric and my forehead) is simply 'fabricate' thicker dimensioned sections out of this thinner 1/16" thick tape. All that this involves is cutting two section of this 1/16" thick foam tape into roughly equal lengths, peeling back the glue protective paper from one side of each piece and then pressing these just exposed surface of each piece together to form a new, 1/16" thicker, section. In this way one can use two strips to make 1/8" thick foam sections, three strips to make 3/16" sections, etc.. The acrylic glue on the 3M 4016 Double Sided Foam Tape that ...see more »A solution I use for not being able to locate double sided adhesive foam tape thicker than the readily available 1/16" thickness (which I found too thin to maintain good contact between the MedTex 180 Fabric and my forehead) is simply 'fabricate' thicker dimensioned sections out of this thinner 1/16" thick tape. All that this involves is cutting two section of this 1/16" thick foam tape into roughly equal lengths, peeling back the glue protective paper from one side of each piece and then pressing these just exposed surface of each piece together to form a new, 1/16" thicker, section. In this way one can use two strips to make 1/8" thick foam sections, three strips to make 3/16" sections, etc.. The acrylic glue on the 3M 4016 Double Sided Foam Tape that I use is very strong; effectively fusing the individual sections into a single piece (i.e. the bond is stronger than the foam itself). This method is so quick and easy (and almost fun) to do, and the bonding so strong, that I now wonder if part of the reason that thicker dimensions adhesive foam tape is not readily available in the market is that manufacturers understand that one can easily 'stack ones' own' as needed.

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