Ultratac 300 and Orajet 3164 vinyl

Ultratac 300 and Orajet 3164 vinyl

Ultratac 300 


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It’s crucial to carefully examine the type of vinyl you’ll require before beginning your next application. When picking the best vinyl, it is important to decide what you will be sticking to, whether it will be indoors or outside, and how long you will need it. Although vinyl is a flexible material, some types are better suited to particular uses; use this straightforward guide to determine which is right for you.

The white gloss, 100 micron calendered vinyl is perfect for window decorating, point-of-purchase advertising, and indoor and temporary outdoor signs.

This vinyl contains a 140gsm liner and a clear pressure-sensitive adhesive made of acrylic. Graphics can be removed temporarily with little residue even though the glue is permanent.

Overlamination with VistaMAX Monomeric Matt or Gloss Lamination Film (60mic) is advised to safeguard graphics and improve colours.

suitable for latex, solvent, eco-solvent, and UV-C inks, and offered in rolls of 50 metres in 1370 or 1600 mm widths.

The distinction between cast vinyl and calendared 

The terms “calendared” and “cast” describe the method by which the vinyl was produced. The casting method is used to create conformable cast vinyl, while the calendaring technique is typically utilised for monomeric and polymeric vinyl.


Cast Vinyl’s

Cast vinyls are made by pouring liquid PVC onto a casting sheet and baking it in an oven to create the cast face film. Cast vinyl is utilised for intricate applications like car wrapping because it is more conformable and significantly thinner than calendered vinyl. Cast vinyl is normally 10 years old and is softer, more flexible, and thinner than calendared vinyl, which has a lifespan of 3 to 7 years. Overall, cast vinyl has advantages over calendared vinyl but is more expensive.


Calendared Vinyl’s

PVC is melted with colourant and plasticizer to create calendared vinyl, which softens and makes usable film. It is then removed through calendaring rollers as it cools, giving the film its final width, thickness, and surface quality.


The importance of plasticiser

A plasticizer is a chemical that is added to the calendared process to promote flexibility and lessen brittleness in PVC. Migration is the main issue with plasticizer. A plasticizer that doesn’t change from its initial state won’t crack, split, have poor ink adhesions, or be incompatible with digital printing. This implies that the more time the plasticizer spends on your product, the longer it will last.


Monomeric V Polymeric

Monomeric V Polymeric


Monomeric and polymeric calendared films are the two varieties that are now offered. The two terms, mono, which means one, and poly, which means many, are used to identify the kinds of plasticisers that are used to produce flexible final vinyl.


Monomeric Vinyl

The plasticizers employed in monomeric films are short-chain and have a poor affinity for film. This indicates that the plasticizer has a propensity to migrate out of the film, rendering it rigid and brittle. These films typically range in thickness from 70 to 80 microns and have a propensity to contract. These films work best in applications that are flat and smooth and don’t require any bending. They are better suited for interior uses or certain short-term external applications due to their limited outside durability. Stickers, displays, and promotional signage are frequently used.


Make sure you choose the finest option for you by deciding where your sign will be placed, what it will be used for, and its desired duration.

Contact us right away to make an order for Ultratac 300 at 0115 930 1133 or enquiries@vinylcorporation.co.uk.


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What is monomeric calendered vinyl? 

Calendered vinyl can be “monomeric” or “polymeric,” depending on the molecular makeup of the plasticizer. Since “monomeric” vinyls use plasticizers with smaller molecule sizes than polymeric vinyls do, there is more molecular migration, which will have a greater impact on the adhesive and laminates used.


What is monomeric vinyl used for?

These films work best in applications that are flat and smooth and don’t require any bending. They are better suited for interior uses or certain short-term external applications due to their limited outside durability. Common applications include exhibitions, stickers, and promotional signage.


What is calendered PVC? 

Calendering is a specialised method used to produce high-volume, high-quality plastic sheets and film, primarily made of PVC and other modified thermoplastics. In an extruder, the melted polymer is heated and compressed before being calendered by rollers into sheets or films.


What is better cast or calendered vinyl? 

Cast film is ideal for long-term applications like vehicle graphics and durable signs since it is more resistant to weather harm and solar energy. Calendared film has the propensity to contract with time, making it less weatherproof.


Does monomeric vinyl shrink? 

monomeric vinyl

Monomeric film also has different thicknesses. It has a propensity to shrink and can range in thickness from 3 to 4 Mils (70 to 80 microns). These films have a 3 to 5 year outdoor durability, making them ideal for flat inside applications.




Orajet 3164 


The Vinyl Corporation is proud to provide the ORAJET 3164. This self-adhesive vinyl with digital printing can last for three to four years. The self-adhesive vinyl used in ORAJET digital printing has a permanent polyacrylate adhesive that is 100 microns thick. Select from adhesive with a white or grey backing.


Clear – Non-Solvent Adhesive

N.B. Both the Clear and Grey Adhesives on White Backed and Grey Backed are Permanent Adhesives.


This self-adhesive vinyl for digital printing comprises a Soft PVC film that is clear and white and has a glossy or matt finish. persistent, translucent polyacrylate, For eye-catching and vibrant short- and medium-term outdoor advertising, Solvent-based, UV-based, or latex inkjet printing

To learn more about the various applications for this print vinyl, visit our blog page.

Printed vinyl gives a plethora of options.

Printed vinyl is perfect for designs that employ a variety of colours and have detailed features, gradients, and shading because the image is printed directly onto the vinyl. Additionally, it works well for printing pictures. With a self-adhesive backing, printed vinyl is now much simpler to use because you can just stick it to the surface you want.


We’ve come up with five of our favourite ways to use printed vinyl to get your creative juices flowing.


      1. Give your furniture a facelift.


give your furniture a facelift

Give your old furniture a makeover using printed vinyl rather than throwing it out and buying new.

Vinyl works well for making furniture that is wholly original. It aids in making the furniture blend in with the space or become a focal point. The ideal technique to create furniture that is exactly as you want it and costs less.

Additionally, it’s a useful approach to hide blemishes and shield the subsurface material from harm.

Any piece of furniture, regardless of size or shape, can be wrapped in vinyl for wood. You don’t have to worry about it not staying because it can be applied to surfaces including wood, metal, plastic, and others.


If printed vinyl isn’t your style, we also have a selection of wood effect vinyl for classy or rustic designs, as well as a variety of matte colours or even mirrored vinyl for contemporary looks.



      2. Create your own clothing.

Create your own clothing with vinyl

You have the option to construct and customise your own outfit using printed vinyl.  Printed clothing vinyl is not just restricted to t-shirts; it can also be used on a wide range of materials, such as coats, pants, and even pillowcases.

T-shirts are a must for everyone. Everyone. And that fact isn’t likely to alter any time soon – unless going without clothes becomes fashionable overnight.

But assuming that embellished T-shirts will remain among the most sought-after consumer goods and that you desire a piece of the lucrative T-shirt market, let’s go ahead and assume that. What steps should you take to begin producing and selling your own? Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of running your own T-shirt company, or perhaps you already have a customization business and want to add T-shirts to your product line.

Using heat transfer vinyl to produce and market T-shirts is simple (and enjoyable) in any case.

Simple logos to striking designs may be made using printed vinyl on clothing, making it ideal for branding your company or simply giving drab, worn-out apparel a whole new lease on life.


What equipment do you need to print on t-shirts?


What equipment do you need to print on t-shirts_the inyl corporation

All you need for sublimation printing is a heat press machine, sublimation paper, and a printer. You’ll need heat transfer vinyl, a cutting machine, and a heat press machine for heat transfer vinyl printing. T-shirt printing may begin as a hobby, but over time, it can become a source of income.

Heat transfer vinyl printing 

Heat transfer vinyl printing 

How Do You Make Shirts Out of Vinyl? For shirts or other fabric, it is advised to use heat transfer vinyl. In general, HTV is effective on any fabric or material that can withstand heat and pressure.


        3. Build wall graphics

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Decorative wall graphic vinyl is a simple method to make your walls more interesting. It’s also a great method to consider your surroundings and how you can ingeniously transform commonplace items into spectacular things.

These printed wall graphics can be used by businesses to direct customers, promote corporate branding, and create a motivating, inspiring environment even to spruce up your workplace and you will be surprised at how little wall vinyl costs.

We will collaborate with you to design a spectacular visual centrepiece that represents your business and wows your customers, whether you like a simple design or a strong statement piece The Vinyl Corporation will provide the Best wall graphic vinyl


      4. Waterproof vinyl for cars 

Waterproof vinyl for cars 

To ensure that you never again lose your vehicle in a parking lot, use printed vinyl. You may add personality to your car using printed vinyl, which ranges from small, straightforward decals to striking designs.

Additionally, printed vinyl can improve company branding and raise awareness by serving as a moving billboard that draws attention everywhere it goes.

If you are looking for the best vinyl for cars, then The Vinyl Corporation can provide you with that as we are a car vinyl supplier based in the UK


      5. Personalise your electronic items.  

Personalise your electronic items with vinyl

The majority of these devices are available in basic black, white, or silver that is functional and svelte but not particularly distinctive. Even if you spend more money on a sophisticated laptop in gold or a rose gold phone, it’s still just one simple colour. What if you want a change of pace? What if a pattern or design is desired?

There are several options. Pre-made phone cases or laptop skins are the ideal solution for certain folks. But you’re still forced to use a pattern, colour, or logo that was created by someone else and it is good to be unique.

Printed vinyl on our electronic devices can inspire our creatively, whether you cover the entire thing or just apply a small decal in the corner.

So if you are looking for the vinyl wrap for your laptops or just the best vinyl to put on your electronic items, look no further than The Vinyl Corporation.




Available in translucent and white, soft PVC film. glossy and matte surface.

Release paper Silicone-coated paper, 135 g/m2 on one side.


Transparent, permanent polyacrylate

Area of Use

for eye-catching and vibrant short- and medium-term outdoor advertising campaigns.

printing technique

Solvent-based, UV-based, or latex inkjet printing

Tech information

(Without paper and adhesive) Thickness 1 micron

Stability of dimensions (FINAT TM 14) adherent to steel, no cross-direction shrinking, maximum length of 0.4 mm

Resistance to temperature*** no change from -40°C to +80°C when attached to aluminium.

Aluminium was water resistant after 48 hours at 23°C. no distinction

Behaviour in fires (DIN 4102-1) Only steel surfaces that are flame resistant (class DIN 4102-B1) for indoor use with printing


(FINAT TM 1, after 24 hours, stainless steel) Adhesive power 16 N/25 mm DIN EN ISO 527 tensile strength along: minimum 19 MPa across: minimum 19 MPa

Along: minimum 130% across: minimum 150% Elongation at break (DIN EN ISO 527)

**Stability 2 years

Temperature of application > +10°C

Service life by specialised application with vertical outdoor exposure in Central Europe’s typical climate

4 years (not printed), on average, in the original packaging, in the typical Central European environment of 20°C and 50% relative humidity.



There are countless applications for printed vinyl.

Simply take a look at your available area and develop imaginative, bespoke, unique solutions out of it to surprise your loved ones or leave a lasting impression on clients. We’re eager to see the concepts you come up with.

You may quickly and simply alter the designs anytime inspiration strikes thanks to the detachable adhesive vinyl.

Want to know how to maximise the use of your vinyl? Reach out to our professionals right away.