Photographics / Auto Graphics

SC DOL 1400 Series Clear Laminate

Avery’s SC DOL 1400 Series Clear Cast Vinyl is a premium quality, ultra-thin, super-conformable cast vinyl film.


It is designed to be used with MPI 1005 Supercast Series media for the most difficult 3D applications. The film serves as a protective overlaminate for solvent, UV, latex digital inks.  SC DOL 1400 Series offers an exceptional value for applications requiring ultimate conformability, abrasion resistance, and durability.


  • High gloss finish
  • Super conformable face with excellent conformability
  • Provides ultimate conformability for extreme vehicle wrap applications
    (i.e. deep recesses, compound curves, etc.)
  • Protects image from scratches
  • Enhances color and depth of image
  • Outstanding durability and outdoor performance
  • Dimensionally stable mottle reduction liner for easy converting & high gloss performance
  • Excellent dimensional stability
  • Aids in application of printed graphic
  • When paired with MPI Supercast, no primer is required in deep recess channel areas
  • Excellent UV, temperature, humidity, and salt-spray resistance


  • Thermal die cutting
  • Flat bed sign-cut
  • Drum roller sign-cut
  • Steel rule die cutting
  • Cold overlaminating

Common Applications

  • Vehicle Wraps
  • Other 3D type applications where there are complex curves
  • Applications that require a long life span

Dimensional stability:

Is measured on a 6” x 6” (150 x 150 mm) aluminum panel to which a specimen has been applied; 72 hours after application the panel is scored in a cross pattern, exposed for 48 hours to 150°F (65°C), after which the shrinkage is measured.


(FTM-1, FINAT) is measured by peeling a specimen at a 180° angle from a stainless steel panel, 24 hours after the specimen has been applied under standardized conditions. Initial adhesion is measured 15 minutes after application of the specimen.


A specimen applied to aluminum is subjected to the flame of a gas burner for 15 seconds. The film should stop burning within 15 seconds after removal from the flame.

Temperature range:

A specimen applied to stainless steel is exposed at high and low temperatures and brought back to room temperature. 1 hour after exposure the specimen is examined for any deterioration. Note: Prolonged exposure to high and low temperatures in the presence of chemicals such as solvents, acids, dyes, etc. may eventually cause deterioration.

Chemical Resistance:

All chemical tests are conducted with test panels to which a specimen has been applied. 72 hours after application the panels are immersed in the test fluid for the given test period. 1 hour after removing the panel from the fluid, the specimen is examined for any deterioration.

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