Avery DOL 1360 3D Gloss
Avery DOL 1360 3D Gloss
(Formerly DOL 1030)
1.3 Mil Cast Cold Overlaminate.
• 4 year durability.
• Ideal for use on vehicle wraps, designed to conform to rivets, corrugations, and compound curves.
• Now on a PET liner for crystal clear paint like finish.
Ultra conformable film with excellent deep recess (channel) and concave
performance in combination with our Ultimate Cast films
Provides maximum UV and weathering protection with added abrasion and
chemical resistance for printed graphics
Improves solvent and UV curable inkjet outdoor image durability up to 4 years
Exceptional adhesion to solvent inkjet, UV curable inkjet and screen printed
Provides extra “body” to finished graphics for improved application
performance without the need for application tape
Excellent adhesive contact to UV curable inks with no “silvering”
Brilliant transparency for bright, vivid images
Gloss finish for vibrant graphics
Film: 30 micron gloss clear
conformable UV stable cast
Adhesive: Permanent acrylic
Backing: One side coated
Kraft paper, 130g/m2
Outdoor life: Up to 4 years
Flat bed cutters Cold overlaminating
Friction fed cutters Estat printing
Die cutting Water based inkjet
Thermal transfer Solvent inkjet
Screen printing UV Cured inkjet
Flat sided trucks
Cars and vans
• For processing tips and reference guides please refer to Avery Dennison Instructional Bulletins:
• 4.06 Processing Tips for Avery Dennison DOL Films
Avery Dennison DOL1360 3D Gloss is a conformable premium quality UV
stable gloss cast overlaminate designed for use as a protective overlaminating
film for digitally printed images and is suitable for durable outdoor images on
irregular surfaces, such as vehicles, where conformability is necessary.
Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions Asia Pacific
Calliper, face film ISO 534 30 micron
Calliper, face film & adhesive ISO 534 55 micron
Dimensional stability DIN 38464 0.4mm Max
Tensile Strength DIN 53455 0.7-1.5 kg/cm
Elongation DIN 53455 > 100%
Gloss ISO 2813, 60o
Adhesion, initial ASTM 1000, stainless steel 525 N/m
Adhesion, ultimate ASTM 1000, stainless steel 613 N/m
Flammability Self extinguishing
Shelf life Stored at 22° C/50-55 % RH 2 years
Durability ** Vertical exposure Up to 4 years
Min. Application Temperature + 4 oC
Lamination temperature See relevant technical bulletins
Service temperature range – 40oC to + 80oC
Resistant to most petroleum based oils, greases, and aliphatic solvents
Resistant to mild acids, alkalis and salts
Information on physical characteristics is
based upon tests we believe to be reliable.
The values listed herein are typical values
and are not for use in specifications.
They are intended only as a source of
information and are given without
guarantee and do not constitute a
warranty. Purchasers should independently
determine, prior to use, the suitability of
any material for their specific use.
All technical data is subject to change
without prior notice.
manufactured under careful quality control
and are warranted to be free from defect in
material and workmanship. Any material
shown to our satisfaction to be defective at
the time of sale will be replaced without
charge. Our aggregate liability to the
purchaser shall in no circumstances
exceed the cost of the defective materials
supplied. No salesman, representative or
agent is authorised to give guarantee,
warranty, or make any representation
contrary to the foregoing.
All Avery Dennison®
materials are sold
subject to the above conditions, being part
standard conditions of sale, a copy of
which is available on request.
Durability is based on exposure conditions
in the normal middle European and central
North American regions. Actual
performance life will depend on substrate
preparation, exposure conditions and
maintenance of the marking. For instance,
in the case of signs facing north in the
southern hemisphere or south in the
northern hemisphere; in areas of long high
temperature exposure such as northern
Australia; in industrially polluted areas or
high altitudes, exterior performance will be
decreased. Please refer to Avery Dennison
Instructional Bulletin 1.3 for definitions and
reductions based on the ‘Zone System’.
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