Polyester Material

Ensure your custom graphics can hold up when applied to high touch point areas by getting them printed on polyester material.



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Polyester Material Options

Thinking of the function of your product will help you determine the best type of material to use for your labels, decals and overlays. If your product has a high touch point that requires constant flexing, pushing and dimensional stability such as an ATM or kitchen appliance, polyester would be your best bet.

Polyester material is an excellent choice for high-temperature resistance and exposure to outdoor elements. It also offers resistance to abrasion and scratches, chemicals and corrosive material. It is not flexible but able to withstand some degree of curvature, making it a great choice for outdoor and heavily used products. A common brand name for polyester is Mylar.

Top 10 Features of Polyester Material:

  1. Print-Treated or Top Coated
  2. Available Thickness of .001- .010 (generally polyester applied to rigid vinyl)
  3. Available With or Without Adhesive (raw material)
  4. Very High Tensile Strength
  5. Embossable
  6. Maximum Temperature Rating is 300°F
  7. Excellent in a Chemical Environment
  8. Meets UL Requirements
  9. Available in a number of finishes including; clear, translucent, white, opaque, metalized, embossable and matte with adhesive. Also available in clear and white without adhesive in various gloss levels.
  10. Available in Pressure Sensitive and Semi-Rigid Form

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