ORACAL 651 is the top-selling plotter film in America. That position is well-deserved. ORACAL 651 is the Wilt Chamberlain of sign vinyl. It was so good, it changed the rules of the game. When 651 came to market in 1996, calendared vinyl was considered suitable only for short-term graphics. ORAFOL’s ground-breaking entry introduced high gloss […]
Many sign makers love Oracal vinyl because it weeds like a dream. Oracal vinyls are also thinner than most other intermediate vinyls, which makes them more conformable. Both of these are wonderful benefits for any sign maker. But, as with many of the good things in life, there is a catch — Oracal’s thinner construction and great weeding characteristics come from a particularly dense face stock, which can make getting it off the liner a problem. Because Oracal is slightly denser, it tends to be slightly stiffer than most calendared plotter films. Here’s an additional way to do it.