Non-Slip laminate for traction on your sport toys
This 18 mil thick heavily textured clear laminate works well with or without graphics for areas that you need extra traction.
It works in dry or wet applications.
Use it on your MX bike or Quad to get a better grip with your legs.
Or use it on your swim platform or surf board for more traction.
Stubbl is a heavily textured 18 mil thick laminate designed for applications where you need more traction or grip in certain areas.
Great for watercraft and recreational vehicles.
This heavily textured clear flexible laminate provides anti-slip characteristics to the surface or media it is applied to. Stubbl works when it is dry or wet and therefore is recommended for watercraft and tubs as well as bikes and other recreational vehicles.
General Description: This heavily textured clear flexible laminate provides anti-slip characteristics to the surface or media it is applied to.
Apply to clean, dry, lubricant-free surfaces. If you intend to apply Stubbl to solvent ink jet prints, we strongly suggest that you let the prints dry for at least an hour before laminating. The end user is responsible for determining the exact “dry times” for the ink and media combination they are using.
|Thickness||17 mil embossed vinyl with 1.5 mils of adhesive|
|Outdoor Life||2 years|
|Shelf Life||1 years stored at 70º F & 50%RH|
|Adhesive Properties||Permanent Acrylic|
|Service Temperature Range||0º F to 175º F (-32°C to 40°C)|
|Minimum Application Temp.||50º F (10°C)|
RIP SOFTWARE/PROFILE SETTINGS: When laminating, if there is too much drag/tension applied on the supply roll it will stretch and curl up immediately when it is cut. Cut testing has been done with the Gerber enVision 375 plotter only. Stubbl is an embossed vinyl and can be cut with plotters that can accept thick laminate materials. We suggest using double cuts whenever possible and adjust the knife out to the thickness you need to cut.
The end user is responsible for determining the exact cutting force media combination they are using. We suggest cutting with a 60º or 45º blade.
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