UNCOATED for offset, flexo, gravure, screen process and digital printing; or acrylic painting with any color for vibrant artwork.
Tyvek sheets are popular to use for printed graphics and artwork when the application can benefit from the qualities that make Tyvek so popular: durability, flexibility, smooth texture, lightweight, opaqueness, and resistance to water, chemicals, rot and mildew.Typical Applications:
Maps and charts
Runner's bib numbers for races
Interleaving metals, marble, glass, to protect fine finishes
DuPont's Uses & Applications GuideSizes available in Style 1056D (6.4 mil / 14#)
8 1/2"x11" - 50/package- view pricing
8 1/2"x11" - 100/package- view pricing
8 1/2"x11" - 500/carton - view pricing
20"x26" - 25 sheet package - view pricing
20"x26" - 50 sheet package - view pricingSizes available in Style 8740D (7.5 mil / 18#)
8 1/2"x11" - 25 sheet package - view pricing
8 1/2"x11" - 50 sheet package - view pricing
8 1/2"x11" - 100 sheet package - view pricing
11" x 17" - 25 sheet package - view pricing
17" x 22" - 25 sheet package - view pricing
23" x 35" - 25 sheet package - view pricingContact us
for questions on other sizes or quantities that may be available.
Refer to Tyvek Handbook
for design/press tips for printing, ink selection, and details on the various printing processes for Tyvek.Caution:
The above sheets are not for use in laser or electrostatic copiers due to the high temperatures involved in the printing units, which will melt Tyvek if a jam occurs. New cool-process laser printers are compatible with Tyvek. Please contact your printer manufacturer to determine if your laser is a cool-process laser.
DuPont Tyvek substrates were designed to survive where paper, film and laminates fail. Tyvek provides superior strength and durability over time and in some of the harshest environments imaginable.
Tyvek is a white, non-toxic, chemically inert, binder-free product.
Allweatherblueprints - Your Tyvek Source!Tyvek is a registered trademark of DuPont for its brand of protective material.