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Looking for a Reflective to print on.

Discussion in 'Roland' started by kenscott, Mar 21, 2006.

  1. kenscott

    kenscott New Member

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    Hey just got the new versacamm 540 and I am looking for a reflective material that is eco solvent receptive. Does anyone have any suggestions and places where it is available...Thanks a million
    Ken Scott
    kenscott2@alltel.net
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  2. GraphXMagic

    GraphXMagic New Member

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    3Ms IJ680 seems to respond pretty well to the versacamm. Any local dealer should be able to get you a small sample to try. Not sure which profile you can use, but 3Ms website has a stack to choose from.... Good Luck
     
  3. jayhawksigns

    jayhawksigns Very Active Member

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    Best suggestion I have for you is forget about the "solvent ready" reflectives.
    Several users on these boards have had good luck with the regular 3M reflective materials. 90% of the time I use 3M 3200 series, I occassionaly pull out the 680 series if its going on a vehicle.
     
  4. Barry

    Barry Active Member

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    I use 3M 680 Series with excellent results.
     
  5. thewood

    thewood Very Active Member

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    I have printed on a couple of "non-solvent" reflective vinyls with good results. I find it helpful to crank the heat up to 60C.
     
  6. trauts

    trauts Member

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    reflective

    i've printed on reflectives (white) for a state park, and all was good, it was inexpensive nechsen or oracle reflective not 3m. printed and dye cut... i used a versacamm profile for reflective from the list.
     
  7. The Big Squeegee

    The Big Squeegee Major Contributor

    Works great for me too! :cool1:
     
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