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Anyone know anything about 3M Reflective Heat Activated Sheeting?

Discussion in 'Materials' started by BargainSigns, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. BargainSigns

    BargainSigns Member

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    We have dozens of rolls of this 3M reflective heat activated "sheeting". It is old but I think still very good. Does anyone out there know who might still use it or even how it is used? Better yet, anyone out there have any interest in it? Were selling it cheap.

    Thanks a million,
    Marianna
     
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  2. Dzrt1st

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    Assuming it's Engineer Grade here is the product bulletin for it -

    http://www.morelock.co.uk/assets/3M/EG 3200 PB 2000.pdf

    You need a heat lamp vacuum applicator to apply it to sign blanks.

    There may still be some city or county sign shops that use it , but most now use pressure sensitive.

    Maybe ask your 3M rep to find out who still buys it from them

    FWIW,
    Todd.
     
  3. Billct2

    Billct2 Major Contributor

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    Yep, that was part of my first sign job, in a city sign shop, applying graphics to blanks then vacumm heat setting them. Don't know anyone still doing it.
     
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