ASLAN, the German specialist for self-adhesive films, adds The WindowClear ASLAN DFP 18 to its portfolio of digital printing films. It has been developed for the design of glass surfaces, particularly when a high transparency is desired.
Due to the material’s characteristics, the application of the flexible, polymeric PVC-film is
especially easy and forgiving, even on curved surfaces, says the company. Working with the transparent film saves a significant amount of time, since images do not have to be cropped, plotted and weeded.
After being printed, the self-adhesive film can be applied in one piece. While the printed areas ensure an 'excellent' print result, the plain areas remain invisible thanks to their high
transparency. So even fine graphics and fading colour gradients can be shown on
The new digital printing film is suited for the design of shop windows, as well as to the individual design of glass doors, room dividers and windows in offices and
restaurants. Printed in reverse and applied from the inside, the film is not only protected against vandalism, but also the printed colours appear even more 'brilliant' behind glass.
The WindowClear ASLAN DFP 18 is available in a roll width of 1.37m. It can be printed with all solvent, eco-solvent, latex and UV-curable inks. With a minimum outdoor durability of seven years it is even ideally suitable for long-term applications.