Are ComputerGrafix printable films approved for direct and indirect skin contact? Although ComputerGrafix films are perfectly safe for direct and indirect skin contact, they are not certified as such. To achieve good results with this product, you don’t want to touch ComputerGrafix films prior to printing anyway; touching the substrate can cause finger printing, smudges, … Read more
Are any of our ComputerGrafix films approved for direct food contact? No. Grafix stocks other types of film products that are, including acetate, specific brands and grades of polyester film, HDPE and polypropylene. Other types food-safe films are available as a custom order; larger production minimum order may apply.
What is the heat resistance of inkJet-printable film? Inkjet film’s coatings are designed to be used in environments up to 65C/130F. At elevated temperatures, the printable surface could yellow, or lose some of its ink adhesion properties. And when inkjet film softens, it begins to lose its orientation; it will become wavy and shrink.
Are Inkjet-printable Films archival? No. There are three aspects that go into determining whether a film is actually archival grade: 1- whether it is pH neutral, 2- whether or not the film will impact what it comes in contact with, and 3- whether it can be sonic-ally welded to itself. Inkjet-printable Films are all Clear, pH neutral … Read more