NovaCadTM Opaque Laser Film 100
For laser printing of architectural, engineering & construction drawings
Product Description & Application
NovaCad Opaque Laser Film 100 (LPF 100) is a double matte opaque polyester film for laser printing of CAD drawings for architectural and engineering applications. It is back-coated to allow printing on the reverse side of the media.It is ideal for sharp & accurate technical drawings for CAD applications. NovaCad Opaque Laser Film 100 can be used as a master (original) for restoration purposes and for making multiple copies by photocopying. This film is particularly recommended when the drawings are likely to be used in harsh conditions at project sites and on the shop-floor.
Features & Benefits
Water, oil & grease resistant properties prolongs life in harsh conditions.
High image definition for accurate line drawings.
Non-tear base for dimensional stability and durability.
Outstanding toner adhesion for sharper and longer lasting images.
Excellent anti-static properties for dust-free outputs.
Better heat tolerance for compatibility with a wide range of laser printers.
Double-sided coating to allow printing on both sides.
Product Specifications
Base
:
Polyester film
Thickness
:
100 microns
Surface Finish
:
White Matte
Shelf-Life
:
One year from the date of manufacture when stored in original packing at 20 - 25 oc and 50% RH.
Available Sizes
:
915 mm x 50 m
Core
:
3 inches
Compatibility
L E D Plotter
  Compatibility
OCE TDS 300
TDS 400
TDS 600
TDS 7050
TDS 9000
TDS 9600
Xerox MM 8830
MX 6030
KIP 200X
600X
800X
3620
2710
2200 HDP
 Superior Compatibility  Non Compatibility  Tested with original inks
Note : For compatibility with other printers not mentioned above, please test the media prior to use.
Usage Instructions
It is recommended to acclimatise the media to the normal printing environment for 24 hours before printing.
Use only original toner while printing on the media.
While printing, select “Film” as the media option on the printer settings menu.
Printed media should be at room temperature before rolling-up for transport, to avoid curling of media.
As the media is highly sensitive to moisture, the relative humidity in the printing room should be less than 55 % RH.
A fresh pair of cotton gloves should be used while handling the bare media to avoid sweat, grease and oil transfer on to the media that could adversely affect the print quality.
When not in use, the media should be stored in its original packing in a vertical position.