MediaShield Deep Textured Canvastex UV 10mil 51" x 50'
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Drytac MediaShield Deep Textured Canvastex UV 10mil 51" x 50' (CX51050)
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|Product Name||Item Number||Price||Qty|
|MediaShield Deep Textured Canvastex UV 10mil 25.5" x 15'||CX25015|
|MediaShield Deep Textured Canvastex UV 10mil 51" x 150'||CX51150|
This is a premium, embossed PVC (vinyl) overlaminating film with a pronounced coarse canvas texture. Its additional thickness offers a more visible canvas texture than any other comparable film on the market. MediaShield Deep Textured Canvastex UV 10mil 51" x 50' can be used as an alternative to mounting to canvas. Prints laminated with this film will acquire a convincing coarse canvas texture, with the appearance of an oil painting. It is highly recommended for photographs, posters and fine art inkjet prints. When laminating documents or prints with MediaShield Deep Textured Canvastex UV care should be taken as excessive heat, tension or pressure can diminish the textured finish. Get 51" x 50' of 10mil MediaShield Deep Textured Canvastex UV film with every order. Product number CX51050.
- Film Width: 51"
- Film Length: 50'
- Film Thickness: 10.0mil
- Core Size: 3"
- Finish: Embossed Canvas Textured Matte
- Base Film: 8.0mil (200 micron) PVC (vinyl)
- Adhesive: 2.0 mil (50 micron) solvent acrylic
- Initial Tack: Low
- Application Speed: 1' - 4' per minute
- Application Temperature: 185 F - 210 F
- Release Liner: Moisture Stable Paper (70gsm)
- A hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films.
- Co-extruded for a carefully balanced ratio of polyester film to adhesive.
- Bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet).
- Image can be trimmed flush, or even die-cut without fear of delamination.
- Due to its quick setup / curing time, MediaShield laminated graphics can be handled or rolled immediately after processing.
- Protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool.
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Tips For Applying MediaShield UV Heatset Films:
- MediaShield UV Heatset films are an excellent choice for laminating multiple images which have been mounted onto a single board or substrate because they minimize air entrapment around the edges of each image.
- To keep the film from stretching as it becomes soft and pliable when heated, apply only minimal brake tension to the unwind supply shaft and the release liner take-up.
- Mediashield and thermal overlaminating films can be combined when encapsulating a graphic. For example: MediaShield Emerytex on the front and MHL White Backing on the back of the image is an ideal combination for trade show applications.
- Adjust the take up shaft so that the release liner is removed just prior to entering the nip rollers. By reducing the adhesive's exposure to the air, there is less chance of picking up dust particles.
Mediashield Canvastex UV 225µ (9 mil) is a 200µ (8 mil) embossed, UV stabilized, clear PVC overlaminating film with a canvas finish, coated on one side with a heat activated solvent acrylic adhesive, which is protected by a bleached Kraft grey grid release paper coated on one side with siliconized polyethylene. Available in various sizes.
- Can be used as an alternative to mounting canvas.
- Laminating your print with this fi lm will give the illusion that the image has been transferred to a coarse canvas. It is highly recommended for photographs, posters and fi ne art inkjet prints.
|Film||Canvas Textured PVC|
|Adhesive||Solvent Acrylic (Heat Activated)|
|Release Liner||1 Side PE Coated Bleached Kraft Grey Grid Paper (Moisture Stable)|
|Film Thickness||200µ (8 mil)|
|Adhesive Layer||25µ (1 mil)|
|UV Protection Factor||Film and adhesive contains UV stabilizers, which prevent film degradation and provide UV protection to the underlying image|
|Outdoor Durability||3 years|
|Heat Resistance Range||70°C - 95°C (158°F - 203°F)|
|Peel Strength (20 min, FTM1)||18 N/25mm|
|Roller Laminator||85°C to 102°C (185°F to 215°F)||0.3m to 2.5m (1 ft to 8 ft) per minute|