Avery Dennison Digital Overlaminate Line
Launches advanced DOL Max Series.
Avery Dennison has announced the DOL Max Series of digital overlaminate film designed to protect graphics from weather, UV exposure, chemicals, and abrasion with 7-year vertical durability and up to 2-year horizontal durability. Engineered for compatibility with the company’s MPI 1105 Supercast film, 2.1-mil DOL 1060 Max gloss-finish pressure-sensitive film is designed for outdoor performance, while 1.3-mil DOL 1360 Max optically clear pressure-sensitive overlaminate offers a smooth finish and resistance from UV, temperature, humidity, and salt-spray conditions. Applications include wall murals, outdoor signage, and boat, fleet, and vehicle wraps. Available in widths up to 60 in.
The company has also expanded its DOL 6000 series of specialty digital overlaminates with the addition of DOL 6470, a PVC-free luster-finish film developed for extended durability of vertical and horizontal applications. With 6-year vertical and 3-year horizontal durability, the film is designed for abrasion resistance, color durability, and conformability to irregular substrates. The product is compatible with Avery Dennison MPI 1405 and MPI 1105 vinyl. Applications include fleet and vehicle wraps, marine/watercraft graphics, P-O-P displays, tradeshow graphics, wall murals, window signage, and outdoor displays. Offered in 54 in. widths.
Printvinyl Scored Print Media
New Printvinyl Scored wide-format print media features an easy-to-remove scored liner for creating decals, product stickers, packaging labels, and more. The precision-scored liner, with a 1.25” spacing on a 60” roll, guarantees a seamless and hassle-free removal process.
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