Laser-cut Patches Look Fantastic!

There has been a lot of buzz lately about an IFF patch that blends infrared technology with the durability and uniqueness of an embroidered patch.

Introducing … Laser- cut Patchesand they look fantastic!

Without sacrificing function for fashion, IR.Tools™ has taken our premium glow tape made with SandStorm Technology™ and applied it to approved fabrics to make a custom patch that soldiers ask to wear.

As an added bonus, the thick fabric gives the patch a longer life than the traditional printed patches.

US Flag IR Patch OD Green, Rev, Field

What to look for in a Laser-cut IR patch?

  1. Does the infrared film and fabric properly adhere together?
  2. Does your laser-cut patch look cool enough to show off?
Night Vision View Custom IR Patch
The process of permanently adhering the fabric to the infrared film is one of the challenges in making a laser-cut patch.  
If this adhesion is not done properly you will end up with your patch falling apart. 
There are many ways to temporarily adhere fabric to various surfaces but few ways to do it permanently.  In addition to our tested adhesive, the over-edge stitching holds it firmly in place.
IR. Tools™ laser-cut IR patches have been tried and tested and are 100% guaranteed not to fall apart!
 IR.Tools™ laser-cut IR patches are made with an exclusive process we call SandStorm Technology™.
This infrared film is the best technology on the market… it will survive the fiercest storms and will glow 250% brighter.


Ask your favorite retailer for a Hybrid Patch made from IR.Tools™.
 The Author

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Since 2006, Tom has been the driving force behind IR.Tools, dedicated to delivering top-notch infrared solutions to the military, law enforcement, and sportsmen communities.

What began with a single infrared patch has blossomed into a comprehensive store featuring hundreds of IFF patches, vehicle IFF, an extensive suite of thermal training targets, and tools for drone pilots.

Beyond his innovative products, Tom is passionate about educating users on infrared technology and showcasing how advancements in IR can enhance their operations.

Tom holds an MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland and an MBA from Regents University.

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