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3M Scotchcal Perforated Window Film IJ67 Provides New Solution for Short-Term Window Applications

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Release liner allows easy registration on multiple platforms 
ST. PAUL, Minn. – 3M Commercial Graphics introduces 3M™ Scotchcal™ Perforated Window Film IJ67, a removable film designed for short-term promotional first surface window applications. This 5.9 mil vinyl film has a pressure-sensitive adhesive and a 40 percent die-perforated pattern that allows a full image to be seen on the outside of a window, while allowing viewing through retail and non-regulated vehicle windows from the inside.  
Film IJ67 comes with a polycoated paper release liner that is backed with a continuous paper layer, enabling easier registration on UV, solvent and latex digital printing platforms, as well as screen printing equipment. With applications on interior and exterior building windows and dividers, as well as non-regulated vehicle windows, film IJ67 gives graphic manufacturers an ideal solution for windows. 
Film IJ67 is available from 3M distributors in 54-inch x 50-yard rolls, with additional roll sizes available from FDC Graphic Films, Inc. This new film provides an excellent alternative to 3M™ Scotchcal™ Perforated Window Graphic Films IJ65 and IJ66, which have been discontinued. 
For more information on 3M’s portfolio of intermediate products, visit www.3Mgraphics.com/intermediate



By Olivia Parks on Jan 31, 2014

This is quality window film!


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