Avery Dennison® DOL 1460Z overlaminate is a premium quality, ultra-flexible film designed to be used as a protective overlaminate for digitally printed images. This film offers exceptional value for applications requiring enhanced colours and durability.
Avery Dennison® DOL 1460Z overlaminate has been especially developed to be used for vehicle graphics. Due to the film's excellent durability and supreme conformability, Avery Dennison® DOL 1460Z is highly recommended for use with Avery Dennison® MPI cast media for applications on rivets and corrugations and/or for prolonged outdoor use.
The gloss film now features a synthetic liner that creates a super smooth high gloss finish which provides an overall paint like finish of printed graphics.
- Vehicle graphics and vehicle wrapping
- Interior & exterior signs
- Durable promotional and point of sale advertising
- All permanent applications requiring excellent conformability
- High gloss finish
- Super conformable face with excellent conformabilityl
- Excellent UV, temperature, humidity, and salt-spray resistance
- Enhances colour and depth of image
- Aids in application of printed graphic
- Provides ultimate conformability for extreme vehicle wrap applications (i.e. deep recesses, compound curves, etc.)
(N.B.: for deep recess (channel) and compound curve performance in combination with the MPI 1105 series ultimate cast films)
|Interior or Exterior use||
|Minimal Temperature Resistance||-40.0 °C|
|Maximal Temperature Resistance||80.0 °C|
|Toxicity||Non hazardous product|
Adhesive & Liner
|Adhesive||Permanent, acrylic based|
|Adhesive Composition||Water-based acrylic|
|Adhesive Strength||12.5 N/25mm|
|Material used as liner||White bleached kraft paper, 130 g/m²|
|Shelf Life||2 years (23°C / 50-55% relative humidity)|
|Durability (range)||up to 5 years|
The durability of a printed image always depends on the toner/ink, film, type of overlaminate, processing and exposure conditions. The film's surface can show alterations in matting due to contact pressure or other external influences. Please note that increased roller temperatures in combination with higher winding tension could lead to unwanted elongation of the film. Winding tension should therefore be carefully monitored and kept at an appropriate level.
Note: Materials need to be fully dried before an overlaminate is applied. In general, a drying time of 24 hours will be sufficient. If a lot of ink is deposited, materials may need up to 72 hours in order to be sufficiently dry. When drying, material should not be wound tightly on a core as the solvents are then unable to evaporate. The materials should be left to dry loosely, wound on a core or stacked in racks as sheets. Properly dried images are always needed in order to benefit from each product's specific features.
(N.B.: for corrugations only in combination with MPI 1005 Supercast series and MPI 1900 series)
Please refer to Avery Dennison® Technical Bulletin 5.29 for application information when applying to irregular or corrugated surfaces.