OraJET 3105HT is a High performance PVC film with excellent light-fastness and weather resistance in a white glossy finish.
- Polymer PVC film (100 micron)
- White gloss
- For long-term outdoor applications on "hard-to-stick" substrates
- Solvent polyacrylate, permanent, grey
High performance PVC film with excellent light-fastness and weather resistance in a white glossy finish.
Double sided PE coated paper, one side siliconized, 143 g/m²
Solvent polyacrylate, permanent, with high initial tack and final adhesion, grey
Area of use
For long-term graphic applications, markings and decorations in outdoor areas. Especially designed for applications on hard to-stick substrates such as low energy plastics (polyethylene, polypropylene) and rough or textured surfaces.
Inkjet printing with solvent based inks, UV- or latex inks
Note: After printing, the ink must be allowed to thoroughly dry, in order to avoid any issues when later combined with the laminate. Surfaces to which the material will be applied must be thoroughly cleaned and free from dust, grease or any contamination which could affect the adhesion of the material. Freshly lacquered or painted surfaces should be allowed to dry for at least three weeks and to completely cure. The compatibility of the selected lacquers and paints should be tested by the user, prior to the application of the material. Furthermore, the application information published by ORAFOL must be considered.
Instructions for Printing
The digital printing materials should generally be handled with a high degree of care. Cotton gloves should be used to prevent damage to the surface or soiling. Check the surface quality prior to printing or application. Also check the print file with profiling. The ORACAL® /ORAJET® digital printing media require - due to their differing qualities like the thickness of the adhesive layer - different parameter settings of the printer and the selecting software (RIP). Make sure you take the relevant amount of ink and specific colour definitions into account. In addition check the specifications of the digital printing materials and the inks for their respective applications (indoor/outdoor) and durability and match them accordingly.
Freshly printed films should be spread out and left to dry after printing to allow the residual solvent to evaporate. If freshly printed vinyls are plotted in the printed areas the vinyl might shrink. Laminating too early might depending on the used ink affect the functionality of the film (adhesive power service life) by preventing residual solvents to evaporate. Printed and not sufficiently dried films shrink after printing during the drying process. If the drying process of the vinyls takes place after application on the substrate the film might shrink and come off at the edges from corrugations and rivets. Following these processing and handling instructions we recommend to spread out and dry the film for at least 72 hours (lying or hanging).
The application is described in the Practical Information for Plotter Films. For the application on cars please see additionally the practical information on how to apply self-adhesive films on cars. For the application on car windows the remarks in the practical information for self-adhesive films for application on cars are to be followed.
Please see the practical information for Plotter Films.
ORAFOL will provide information on recommended printers and ICC profiles. A free CD with ICC profiles for various printers may be made available.