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- Ecojet Gloves Cloth For Media Handling£1.21EACH
- Swann Morton 11 Scalpel blade 0133Special Price £8.51 Regular Price £10.64PER 100
- digiMARK Solvent One Way Vision 150As low as £18.30per Metre
- DG-CAL 4100 Clear Lamination Film 3-5 Year per RollOut of stock
- DG-CAL 3000MPE White Matt Permanent Digital 3-5 Year per RollOut of stock
- Avery DOL 3480 Matt Lamination FilmAs low as £60.50per Roll
- digiMARK Frontlit 550gsmAs low as £71.50per Roll
- Avery MPI 3040 Digital Gloss TransparentAs low as £58.50per Roll
- Swann Morton No.4 Scalpel HandleSpecial Price £2.75 Regular Price £3.44EACH
- digiMARK Solvent Perfect Poster Paper (200g)As low as £38.96per Roll
- DG-CAL 3000BL White Gloss Block Out Adhesive Digital 3-5 YearOut of stock
- Avery DOL 2460 Gloss Lamination FilmAs low as £121.50per Roll
- Avery DOL 3460 Gloss Lamination FilmAs low as £60.50per Roll
- Avery MPI 3001 Digital Gloss White Removable HOPAs low as £57.75per Roll
- Ritrama RI-1867 Gloss Clear Overlaminating FilmAs low as £90.00Per Roll
- DG-CAL 2001 White Gloss Digital 5-7 Year per RollOut of stock
Three types. Cast, polymeric and monomeric. A cast film is a premium grade vinyl that starts life as a liquid, which is then allowed to spread out to an extremely thin layer. Cast films have no memory and are stable, so no shrinkage. Polymeric films have added polymers to reduce shrinkage. Although they have developed significantly over the years. These films fare much better in exterior applications than monomeric films but are not suitable for application over surface irregularities such as rivets and corrugations. For less demanding work, polymeric films offer a workable alternative to cast. Monomeric is the least expensive vinyl film. These films are not suitable for demanding exterior applications such as vehicle liveries. Monomeric films, therefore, are best suited to short-term exterior applications and interior work.
Digital vinyl is available from 760mm rolls up to 1600mm
Up to 7 years for cast, 5 years for polymeric and 3 years for monomeric.
ICC colour profiles ensures colour accuracy when sending an image from your software application to the printer, telling it exactly how to recreate the colours in your digital file. There are two options available, a Generic or a Custom ICC Profile.
Yes, if they are available for your printer one of our account managers can help you