Oracal ORAMASK 813 Stencil Film - 48 in x 10 yds
Shipping Weight: 10.00 lbs.
Product Details: Oracal ORAMASK 813 Stencil Film - 48 in x 10 yds
Oracal 813 Stencil Film is a rigid 3 mil translucent blue PVC stencil film has been formulated for stencil applications, especially spray and paint techniques. Can be used to mask surfaces to be painted and for die cut/hand cut spray mask stencils. It is excellent for car striping and aircraft marking. It has a low tack, water based adhesive. It is ideal for water-based paint applications; smooth, flat, rigid substrates and surfaces, large area capabilities; and applications requiring background visibility. Blade: 45 degree Downforce: 85/100
For use with water-based paints on flat or rigid surfaces that require background visibility. Large area capabilities.
• Silicone-coated paper, 84#
• 15 punched
• 24, 30, 36, 48
• Low-tack, removable water-based adhesive
• 10 yards & 50 yards
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 (5 Reviews)
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Oramask 813 stencil film for CNC woodcarving - Love It!
We have a SharkPro CNC woodcarving machine and use the 813 stencil film before the project is carved to paint the carved out areas then stain the rest. LOVE IT!
jane steffens (fenton, MO) 12/31/2011
OraMASK 813 Stencil masked on airbrushed metal
Used it to mask two signs that were airbrushed. It worked great.
Tracy Wildermuth (Newcastle, WY) 9/13/2011
Great at masking of furniture!
OraMASK 813 Stencil film works great for painting letters and designs on furniture and walls.
Rick Howenstine (Gretna, LA) 8/27/2010
OraMASK 813 works great for wood CNC
I use this all the time on wood when I carve with my CNC router. It works great, and saves me tons of hours when we paint the carved out letters and designs.
robert jones (bridgeton, IN) 8/23/2010
Perfect for Glass Etching
I love this stuff. The material is slightly stiff, so it's much easier to weed than normal decal vinyl. It adheres well to the glass I work with and the transfer paper peels off with ease. Also, with the adhesive being water based, it's easy to remove the blue film by hand with with warm water.
Tyleah McGuire (Austin, TX) 6/18/2010