Looking for the cool, smoky look of Dark Gray? Look no further than 3M™ Series 7125 Electrocut Graphics Film. This opaque, Dark Gray film is comparable to Oracal 713 Iron Grey and Avery® Dennison 860 Medium Marine Grey film and features a clear, acrylic adhesive which makes it ideal for use on windows and architectural glass. Use this film in your Silhouette or Cricut plotter cutter to...
Medium Gray Graphics film by 3M™ is just what the sign doctor ordered when you need something darker than Silver but lighter than Dark Gray. Comparable to Oracal®'s Ice Grey or Arlon's Titanium, you'll love this Series 7125 high-performance film. Opaque and with a clear adhesive, this film is excellent for use on auto glass, store windows and architectural partitions since it appears...
Pearl Gray is an exciting, new color released by 3M™ in their 7125 Series of electrocut graphics films and is a misty, light gray film with a high-gloss finish. Comparable only to Arlon's Palm Oyster and Avery's 810 Light Gray (no one else makes a match), this vinyl also features an invisible adhesive so you can use it on store and vehicle windows for decals, graphics or signage. Designed...
Charcoal Metallic 180mC 211 film is a high-gloss, cast film with a metallic flake. Perfect for cut graphics, emblems, stripes and more. Apply it inside or out and on curves, corrugations and concavities since it's 2 mil thick and features Controltac™ adhesives with air-release channels so you get professional looking results without bubbles wherever you install it.
This high-gloss, high performance 3M™ 180mC film is Dark Gray with micro Comply™ adhesives that feature non-visible air release channels for bubble-free installations. Pressure-activated adhesive for easy sliding, tacking, snap-up and repositioning. With an expected end use life of ten years you know you're getting the most for your money. Once you're done, don't forget to send in...
What color is Dove Gray exactly? According to one designer it's a gray with a hint of pink or blue in it. In other words, it's a gray with an almost iridescent quality and when it's paired with the high-gloss finish of this 3M™180mC film, you'll get even more than you bargained for. Made from 2 mil cast vinyl film, it also features micro Comply? air-channels so it delivers bubble-free...
Light Gray 3M™ 180mC Series of Controltac™ graphics films and is a misty, light gray film with a high-gloss finish. Comparable to Arlon's Palm Oyster and Avery's 810 Light Gray, this vinyl also features an invisible adhesive so you can use it on store and vehicle windows for decals, graphics or signage. Designed to be easily weeded and computer cut, you'll love the premium...
Get the refined and elegant look of 3M™ 211 Satin Aluminum for all of your business or DIY signs, labels, graphics, wall art and more. Made with the quality only 3M™ Series 180mC can deliver, this 2 mil cast vinyl film has been especially designed for use by both professionals and DIY installers alike. Enjoy the ease of its Controltac™ adhesives with invisible air-release...
Slate Metallic is a blue-gray color according to the dictionary. This 3m 180mC Series film adds a slight metallic flake to the deep blue-gray base to give you an attractive and eye-catching high-gloss shine. Made for both indoor and outdoor applications, this 2 ml cast vinyl film is ideal for use on automotive, architectural and signage applications.
Looking for the cool, earthy look of Stone Gray? Look no further than 3M™ Series 180mC Controltac™ Graphics Film. This opaque, Stone Gray film is a close match for Oracal 713 Iron Grey and Avery® Dennison 860 Medium Marine Grey film. It features Comply™ adhesives for bubble-free results even when it's apply on rivets or corrugations. Don't forget to send in your photos and...
It's been said that gray is the color of truth because it is literally the
halfway point between or equal parts black and white. When making your next sign
or logo for your clients or your own business, you may want to consider using
gray to communicate maturity, intelligence and compromise. If you've been searching for just the shade of Gray
Sign Film, search
no longer because you've arrived! Browse our wide selection of calendered and cast
Sign films from
3M™, Avery™ and ORACAL® and get just the style and type of Sign vinyl you need.
The color gray is conveys a lack of emotion, detachment, neutrality and
impartiality; in other words, a fence-sitter.
From a color psychology perspective, gray is the color of compromise as it's neither black nor white, it is the transition between two non-colors. The closer gray gets to black, the more dramatic and mysterious it becomes. The closer it gets to silver or white, the more illuminating and lively it becomes.
Being both motionless and emotionless, gray is solid and stable, creating a sense of calm and composure, relief from a chaotic world.
The color gray is subdued, quiet and reserved. It does not stimulate, energize, rejuvenate or excite.
True gray is the one color that’s been shown to have no dominant psychological characteristic.
Nonetheless, it can still be powerfully suggestive. Gray is modern and sophisticated, a hue that has worked well for technology and luxury brands. Its inherent subtlety can be both a strength and a weakness.
Skillful use of gray evokes power and sophistication; it is a crisp slate on which bold concepts thrive. Gray is the color of ominous but powerful weather—a cloak over the existence of color rather than the absence of it. It has a profound effect on the colors around it, working both to balance tones and establish negative space
in the place of white.
No matter what type of professional or commercial vinyl cutter you own, you can be sure it will cut any of the
Purple Sign vinyl we sell. Listed
below is a brief list of some of the more popular electronic cutting machines
you can use with our vinyl:
In general, standard blades can be used with most varieties of sign vinyl
although we do recommend a 60 degree blade for reflective and glow-in-the-dark
sign films. As always, be sure to check your down force and speed settings before
cutting any film types you have not used before to ensure optimal weeding