Who invented caution tape?

Answer The inventors of the caution tape are Gary L. Vandergriff and Gary B. Crouch of Midland, Texas. They filed their patent USD359699 in 1995 for "Marker for crime scene investigation and game field ma... Read More »

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Who invented masking tape&clear adhesive tape?

Richard Drew invented masking tape in 1925 while working as an employee of 3M, then a sandpaper manufacturing company. Drew became intrigued by automotive painters who couldn't mask painting surfac... Read More »

Who invented masking tape?

Richard Drew invented masking tape in 1925 while an employee of 3M. The invention was inspired by car painting. Butcher's paper and adhesive shielded parts of the car from paint. When removed, the ... Read More »

Who invented adhesive tape?

Richard Drew invented adhesive tape in 1925, while working at the 3M factory in St. Paul, Minnesota. He mixed oils, resins and rubber to create the invisible substance on cellophane backing. His in... Read More »

Who invented the cassette tape?

The Audio Engineering Society credits Philips with introducing the cassette tape in 1963. Because the company offered licenses worldwide, DuPont improved on the medium with the chromium dioxide tap... Read More »