Vinyl lettering is ready to apply, self-adhesive lettering. Vinyl lettering comes pre-cut and layed out in words, phrases, and shapes as needed. Simply peel off the paper backing and the vinyl lettering will stick to the (Pre Applied) masking. Apply in one application. Once positioned correctly just smooth on firmly, preferably with a squeegy of some sort. then remove the masking, leaving the vinyl. It's a perfect choice for use on virtually any smooth surface.
There are many different application purposes for Cut Vinyl, some are listed below, but there is an almost endless list.
Boat and Watercraft Lettering
- DOT Numbers
- Vehicle Striping
- Magnet Signs
- OEM Graphics
- Bumper Stickers
- Safety and Warning Stickers
- Security Label Stock
- Bike Decals
- Window Graphics and Lettering
- Little League Window Decals
Types of Vinyl are as follows:
- Standard Calendared Vinyl - Thickness: 3 mil, Durability: up to 5 years
Standard Calendared Vinyl uses the same formula as most other vinyl products, except no solvents are used.
It is mixed and heated to a dough-like state.The dough is then feed into calendaring rolls. These rolls flatten
the vinyl into a sheet. As a result, standard calendared vinyl is less stable then premium cast
vinyl. This is
over time, and with extreme heat, this vinyl may shrink or start to curl. Obviously, this is in
and after years of use.
This Vinyl is recommended for window, wall, and similar types
of surface areas.
Premium Reflective Vinyl - Thickness: 5 mil, Durability: 7 years (average)
Premium Reflective Vinyl is an industrial-grade vinyl. This high-performance vinyl will provide exceptional
visibility on the darkest of nights. The reflection is similar to the reflection of a traffic sign when light is shined
onto its surface. It is quite durable and conformable to irregular curves or surfaces.
This Vinyl is recommended for vehicles, utility fleets, and safety lettering.
Premium Cast Vinyl - Thickness: 2.3 mil, Durability for black/white: 8 years, color: 7 years, metallic: 4-5 years
Premium Cast Vinyl gets its name from the manufacturing process. It is made by adding ingredients in a specific
order while mixing at a set speed for a pre-determined amount of time. The liquid is then poured, or “cast”, onto
the casting sheet and heated through various ovens until all the solvents have evaporated. This creates a film.
The texture of the film is determined by the casting sheet. The vinyl is cast in a relaxed state and this allows
better conformity from the material.
This Vinyl is recommended for autos, boats, and fleets.