Is LaserPro ™ approved for direct food contact?

Laser-cuttable film and sheets

Is LaserPro TM 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 minimums may apply.

What is the heat resistance of LaserPro films?

Laser-cuttable film and sheets

What is the heat resistance of LaserPro TM laser cuttable films? LaserPro films will begin to soften at about 150C/300F. When this films soften, it begin to lose its orientation; get wavy and begin to shrink. So if your film will only be exposed to a heat environment below 150C/300F, LaserPro is a good choice.

Is LaserPro™ considered an archival film?

Is LaserPro™ considered an archival film? Nope. Even though it’s made of polyester film, it’s laser cuttable release coatings on the surface are not made to be of archival quality. If you’re looking for a good all-around archival grade film, try our Archival Duralar™ product line which meets the Library of Congress’ specifications for archival … Read more