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  1. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Emerytex UV 5mil 38" x 164' Overlaminate

    Part number: ET38164

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  2. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Emerytex UV 5mil 38" x 328' Overlaminate

    Part number: ET38328

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  3. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Emerytex UV 5mil 51" x 328' Overlaminate

    Part number: ET51328

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  4. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Satinex UV 3mil 38" x 164' Overlaminate

    Part number: SX38164

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  5. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Satinex UV 3mil 38" x 328' Overlaminate

    Part number: SX38328

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  6. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Satinex UV 3mil 51" x 164' Overlaminate

    Part number: SX51164

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  7. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Satinex UV 3mil 51" x 328' Overlaminate

    Part number: SX51328

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  8. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Mattex UV 3mil 38" x 328' Overlaminate

    Part number: MX38328

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  9. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Mattex UV 3mil 51" x 328' Overlaminate

    Part number: MX51328

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  10. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Matte UV 4mil 25.5" x 328' Overlaminate

    Part number: MT25328

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

    List Price: $670.72

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  11. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Matte UV 4mil 41" x 328' Overlaminate

    Part number: MT41328

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

    List Price: $1,048.06

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  12. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Matte UV 4mil 51" x 328' Overlaminate

    Part number: MT51328

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  13. Drytac MediaShield Heatset Mattex UV 3mil 38" x 164' Overlaminate

    Part number: MX38164

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

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  14. Drytac MediaShield Deep Textured Canvastex UV 10mil 51" x 150'

    Part number: CX51150

    • MediaShield UV HeatSet (also referred to as a heat-assist) overlaminating films are often described as a hybrid between thermal and pressure sensitive films. MediaShield films bond well to inkjet output with high ink coverage - even on photo gloss paper and digital photo laser output (Lambda / Lightjet). The 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. Unlike most heat-activated films, MediaShield overlaminating films are protected by a release liner because the adhesive on these films is slightly tacky when cool. 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.

    List Price: $1,100.90

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