|Binnen- of buitengebruik||Binnen|
|Minimale temperatuurbestendigheid||-10.0 °C|
|Maximale tempertatuurbestendigheid||55.0 °C|
|Duur van opslag||2 jaar (20°C / 50% relatieve vochtigheid)|
To protect the printed surface from abrasion or any other mechanical influence, dirt or humidity, we would recommend a filmic overlamination with IP 2830-200. In conjunction with this particular overlaminate the Pop up media will get additional rigidness which is needed for most Pop up applications.
This semi-rigid Material can be score cut on almost any plotter. A 45° tangential blade should be used. A 45° swivel blade can be substituted for simple shapes. Plotter speed should be slowed to 60%.
Optimal weeding results will be achieved if shapes with sharp corners are assigned a radius of at least 1/10” [2.54mm] (use the “Fillet Corner” feature). Small shapes may be difficult to weed; the user should determine sizes appropriate to the design of the graphic.
The ideal score cut will penetrate halfway through the material. To remove your finished pieces, find a straight cut line and fold the material backwards. Pinch the cut line with your fingers and the material will separate. Slowly remove the finished piece one edge at a time.
The user should perform a test cut to determine if the tool force setting needs to be adjusted for their application.
To avoid creases and breaks, the print media should be furled before moving.
To avoid fingerprints it is advisable to wear cotton gloves.