Grafix Clear Acetate Roll, .005", 25" x 25'

Item ID
GAR2525-005
Availability: In stock
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Quick Overview

Grafix Clear Acetate Film is the industry standard in graphic arts for layouts, color separations, overlays, stencils, screenprint positives, and many other general purpose applications. Available in .005" thickness roll of 25" wide x 25' long.
$27.29
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Grafix Acetate Film is the industry standard in graphic arts for layouts, color separations, overlays, stencils, screenprint positives, and many other general purpose applications. It is exceptionally clear, dimensionally stable, easy to cut, and will lay flat. This wood-pulp, cellulose di-acetate film is 100% biodegradable, and is even FDA approved safe for food contact.

Available in .003" and .005" thicknesses in versatile rolls.

More Information
Brand Grafix
Series Acetate Film
Color Clear
Color Family Colorless
Size 25" x 25'
Thickness .005"
Format Roll
No. R05CL2525

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