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Post Heat on Arlon DPF6000xrp

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by lintybunty, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. lintybunty

    lintybunty New Member

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    Hi Guys I have looked all over the Arlon site and cannot find what temperature I have to heat this vinyl up to after wrapping. The Rep here in Australia told me 125o Celius. I did this but it is so hot the laminate is starting to blister. Avery says using their media heat up to 90o C which seems a much better heat. I have 35 Mitsubishi vans to wrap and have already done 8, I do not want the wraps to fail. Any help Please.
     
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  2. HulkSmash

    HulkSmash Major Contributor

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    you heat the wrap vinyl after wrapping your car?

    1 - don't do that.
    2 - arlon?
    3 - just simply apply the wrap and leave it B!
     
  3. jc1cell

    jc1cell Active Member

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    Details, for my better understanding, would be great.

    jc
     
  4. Premier Wraps

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    185-190 degrees is standard post heat on cast vinyl
     
  5. Action-kat

    Action-kat New Member

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    Vinyl wrap material

    Just looking into using the Arlon DPF6000
    been using the 3M IJ380 but finding the laminate is always faulty having a bruising in the adhesive.

    Like the look of the Arlon but for deep groves been advised to go for the DPF6000 not the Rp/XRP.
    I think the post heat was around the 95/100c range

    let us know how you get on with the vinyl
    cheers
    Kat
     
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