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Avery Dennison PC 500 Series Films

When you're looking for a vinyl to use in crafting or sign making you want a combination of affordability, easy weeding and durability. This PC500 film is just what the doctor ordered for the production of attractive and flexible decals. This 500 Promotional Calendered Series is yours in brilliant 30 colors and includes intermediate flexible, high-gloss calendared vinyls designed especially for use on computer sign cutting equipment. Buy by the sheet or roll and start making a splash with your decals and graphics now!

PC 500 Series Film Specifications

  • Easy transferring for signage and graphics
  • 5 year durability
  • Dimensionally stable liner
  • High-gloss finish
  • Made especially for use on CAD plotters and computer cutters
  • Easy cutting and weeding
  • UV, humidity and salt-spray resistance

Common Applications

  • Die-Cutting
  • Flat Bed Sign-Cut
  • Drum Roller Sign-Cut
  • Bus Graphics
  • Indoor Signage
  • Outdoor Signage
  • Striping

How to Make a Two-Tone Decal with PC500 Film

How to Make a Two-Tone Decal

The video and infographic above show you how to make a two-tone decal of a phoenix from Avery Dennison PC500 Promotional Calendered film using a Cricut Explore Air 2. Clearly, you don't have to use the exact same version of vinyl cutter as any will do. The PC500 is a calendered film that is made to be used vinyl plotters and cutters so it will perform well in any brand on the market.

We wanted a cut file that would be easy enough to weed but still look good in a two color combo. Find the SVG file you want on a site like Etsy. We chose SweetSavvydesignz because they happened to have the best designs. We wanted to make a two tone decal so we chose to use Avery Dennison PC500 Canary Yellow and Cardinal Red, both of which are named after birds so we thought it went well with the flame and avian theme. After trying one (not shown here) we settled on the design seen here because it was easier to weed.

Our apologies for not showing the overlay of the colors in the video but I had some technical difficulties and forgot to take the footage.