This Bruin Brown PR 800 film is a cast, translucent film engineered for a broad variety of uses. Usually used for back-lit signage, you can cut this Bruin Brown PR 800 Translucent film on any plotter or cutter imaginable to make a range of decals, graphics and signage. Ever wished to make your own stained glass style decals? This Avery Dennison® film is just what you need. Get the light transmission you want without sacrificing your privacy. And, when you're done, be sure to send in pics of your application to get our $20 Photo Refund.

PR800-996-T
Manufacturer Part Number: PR800-996-T
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    Avery Graphics™ PR 800 Translucent Cast Vinyl

    • Cast intermediate film
    • Matte finish
    • Designed for easy weeding
    • White, poly coated liner
    • 6 Year Outdoor Durability

    Avery Dennison™ PR800 Translucent Cast Film

    Avery™ PR 800 Cast Translucent films are intermediate translucent cast vinyl films. Made specifically for computer-cut graphic applications including internally illuminated signs. Comparable to Oracal's 8500 series but with the advantages of a cast film, PR 800 Premium Translucent films deliver unparalleled performance on computer cutting equipment like Silhouette and Cricut plotters while adhering to a wide variety of substrates. Please note that PR800 is meant for flat applications and not for wrapping.

    PR 800 Series Specifications

    • Finish: Matte  
    • Installation Temperature Range: +40°F (+4°C) minimum (air and substrate)
    • End Use Temperature Range: -50°F to 180°F (-40°C to 82°C)
    • Adhesives: : Permanent Clear Acrylic
    • Liner: 78# White, Poly Coated
    • Conformability: Flat
    • Thickness: 3 mil
    • Application Type: Wet or Dry


    $20 Instant Rebate

    When you send in at least six photos of your installed PR800 Translucent film you can get up to a $20 Instant Rebate refund. So, whether you've used this cast, translucent film to make your own, DIY stained glass windows, in a back-lit sign for your clients or in a craft project, be sure to write up a quick review and send in your pics!

     


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