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More info about vinyl types
Calendared vinyl sheeting is squeezed between a series of heated rollers to achieve a small-enough thickness for cutting with a plotter. Calendared film is generally thicker and less expensive than cast vinyl and has a shorter usable life when exposed to light. The average lifespan of Calendered vinyl is 1-3 years.
Cast vinyl is vinyl sheeting formed by spreading molten vinyl on a carrier sheet and then baking it at a high temperature to remove the solvents and fuse the remaining material into a film. Cast film is usually thinner and more expensive than calendered vinyl. It also offers a longer usable lifetime and is also usually shinier and has a richer looking finish. Lifespans for cast vinyl range from 5 to 7 and sometimes even ten years – depending on the brand and color. They are also less likely to shrink.
Weather resistant, engineering-grade reflective film with very good resistance to chemicals and corrosion. It's excellent reflection data guarantee good reflection even in poor visibility and bad weather conditions. Engineered with a special impact and scratch resistant surface. The reflective data and colors at daylight comply with international specifications for reflective materials, including ASTM D 4956. Its superior reflective properties and smooth finish make it effective for use for safety markings, construction, guidance, warning and informational signs as well as reflective lettering, numbering and symbols. Intended for long-term outdoor use.
Reverse Cut Lettering
Reverse cut option is if you are going to apply to the inside of a window to read from the exterior. Lettering will be cut backwards so that it can be read normally from outside the window.
WARNING: Lettering is not as visible when applied to the inside of the window. If you need to apply lettering to the inside of the window, it is better to use a solid color without a border or shadow, so it can be made from solid colored vinyl. If there is a border or shadow it will have to be printed on transparent film, which doesn't show up as well as solid colored vinyl.
Help With Letter Sizing
Lettering WIDTH and HEIGHT are the overall dimensions for the combined lettering. NOT A PER LETTER HEIGHT.
See example below for lettering sized to: 30" width and 12" Height.
Need Multiple Letter Heights?
If you are looking for different sizes of lettering, each row of lettering can be created and added to the cart separately.