Our 3D 20 LPI UV-LF lenticular sheet has been used by many printers all over the World. The new lens has a thickness of 3 mm and is designed for the prodution of 3D lenticular images on digital printers (flatbed printing direct to the lens or lamination). We do not recommend this product for animation effects.
Since we introduced the 40 LPI, we received more and more inquiries for a thicker lenticular lens (20 LPI) from large format printers, also we saw many offset printers adding digital printers to their offset presses. We initiated the development of this new 3D 20 LPI UV-LF lens, as a result of these inquiries.
DPL’s 3D 20 LPI UV-LF is a 3 mm thick lenticular lens of 122 cm x 180 cm with a viewing angle of 37 degrees, making it very well suited for 3D lenticular applications printed on digital devices.
The material has been extruded with a specially developed UV protection resin to preserve colors when used in outdoor conditions such as railway stations or bus shelters. See more information below.
The 3D 20 LPI UV-LF sheets are packaged in boxes of 10 sheets and palletized with a maximum of 100 Sheets (10 Boxes) per pallet. Available from DPLenticular’s warehouse in Antwerp and even from 1 sheet from Finze Group selling small quantities in Vienna.
|Lens design||3D 20 LPI UV-LF|
|Viewing angle||37 degrees|
|Pitch Checker range
||20.10 – 20.19 LPI (dependent upon output device)|
|Thickness / Gauge||3mm nominal|
|Stock size “VLF”||1220 x 1800 mm = 48.03”x 70.9” (lenticules parallel to 1800mm dimension), smaller sizes are available from our partner Finze, see our small quantities page.|
|Quantity / BOXES
||10 sheets per box or or minimum 1 sheet from our partner Finze selling small quantities|
|Gross weight||95 kg per 10 sheets box|
||125 x 185 x 4,5 cm per 10 sheets box|
|Quantity / PALLET||100 sheets per pallet|
|Gross weight||950 kg per 100 sheets pallet|
|Gross size||125 x 185 x 60 cm|
|Transparency||Excellent transparency and surface brightness|
||please contact us|
||min 1 sheet from our partner Finze Group, see small quantities page|
|Optical & Mechanical Properties
||Unlike polycarbonate, it can be laser-cut, for information about cutting the sheets, please visit our FAQ page or contact us.|
|Standard stock pallet||two-way entry|
|Surface tension||that of natural resin. No coating needed.|
|Regulations||European directives: 82/711 EEC, 85/572 EEC, 90/128/EEC, 93/9/EEC, 1935/2004 EC and
2002/72 EC + FDA + BGA
|Reaction to Fire||Classification in accordance to the clauses 11 and 14 of the standard DIN EN 13501-1 2010: B– s2,d0|
|Resin||PetgUV - Polyethylenterephthalate copolymer sheet with UV protection - Recyclable
see resin specifications
|Manufacturing||ISO 9001:2008 and 14001:2004 Certified|
In the case of outdoor use or in a place prone to solar radiation, the sheet must be installed with the lenticular face towards any solar radiation.
After ten years our 3D 20 LPI UV-LF lens will, as a direct and exclusive result of exposure to solar radiation and normal weather conditions, have a light transmission value not more than ten (10) units lower than at the time of delivery. Light transmission is measured in accordance with the Standard ASTM D 1003 on cleaned sheets, free of scratches.
After ten years the 3D 20 LPI UV-LF lens will, as a direct and exclusive result of exposure to solar radiation and normal weather conditions, have a yellowness value not more than ten (10) units higher than at the time of delivery. The yellowness value (yellowness index) is measured in accordance with the Standard ASTM E 313-98 on cleaned sheets, free of scratches.
After ten years, the 3D 20 LPI UV-LF lens will, as a direct and exclusive result of exposure to sun radiation and normal weather conditions, have a Young’s Modulus of e ≥ 1900 MPa. The Young’s Modulus is measured in accordance with the Standard ISO 527-1,2 on standard specimen bodies.