FDC Series: 3200
3M™ 3200 Engineer Grade Reflective Sheeting

3M™ 3200 Engineer Grade Reflective Sheeting

FDC 3200 Series 3M™ 3200 Engineer Grade Reflective Sheeting. These films meet ASTMD4956 Type I and are an enclosed lens, pressure sensitive adhesive-coated reflective sheeting with an easy release liner, intended for production of non-critical traffic signs and pressure sensitive stickers.

FDC 3200 Series 3M™ 3200 Engineer Grade Reflective Sheeting. These films meet ASTMD4956 Type I and are an enclosed lens, pressure-sensitive adhesive-coated reflective sheeting with an easy release liner, intended for production of non-critical traffic signs and pressure-sensitive stickers. To order punched material, use part number 3250.

Distributors: Check the price book for all current details including sizes, colors, and minimums.

Additional information

Brand

3M™

Computer Cut

Yes

Minimum Application Temperature

65

Laminate

Cold

Interior / Exterior

Interior and Exterior (Not warranted for automotive use)

Screen

Yes

Thermal Transfer

N/A

Flat Bed

Yes

Shelf Life

1 Year

UV Inkjet

N/A

Wet Apply

N/A

Solvent

N/A

Eco Solvent

N/A

Sheetable

Yes

Thermal Die

Yes

Steel Rule

Yes

FDC Series

3200

Film Technology

Retroreflective

Film Thickness

7

Finish

Gloss

Blockout

Yes

Outdoor Durability

7 Years

Adhesive

Permanent / Clear

Liner

90# Layflat

Conformability

Flat Surfaces

Subcategory

Reflective

Roll Sizes

Colors

Standard Colors:
Available While Supplies Last

090-White
090-White

Special Order Colors:
Available While Supplies Last

071-Yellow
071-Yellow
072-Red
072-Red
075-Blue
075-Blue
077-Green
077-Green

Part Number

HOW TO BUILD A PART NUMBER

0000-0000-000

THE FIRST FOUR DIGITS in our part numbers identify the series of products and determine the converting process. Increasing the non-perforated product number by 50 identifies most Perforated products.

THE SECOND FOUR DIGITS identify the material converted size. The first two digits indicate the width and the last two digits indicate the length.

THE FINAL THREE DIGITS identify the color and all colors contain three digits.