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Adhesive Vinyl Guide

Downloadable and Printable Version

ORAFOL® Adhesive Vinyl

Type Transfer Tape Cricut Settings1 Mat Grip
ORACAL® 631
Removable
Medium Tack Premium Outdoor Vinyl Standard
ORACAL® 651
Permanent
Medium Tack Premium Outdoor Vinyl Standard
ORALITE® 5400
Permanent, Reflective
Medium or High Tack Printable Fabric Standard
ORAMASK® 813
Masking Film
Medium Tack Premium Vinyl - Pearl Standard
ORAJET® 3651
Permanent, Printed Pattern
Medium Tack Premium Outdoor Vinyl Standard

TeckWrap™ Permanent Adhesive Vinyl

Type Transfer Tape Cricut Settings1 Mat Grip
Buffalo Plaid Pattern Medium / High Tack2 Premium Vinyl - Pearl Standard
Cold Colour Changing Medium / High Tack2 Printable Fabric Standard
Glitter High Tack Holographic Glossy/Sparkle Standard
Glitter Brush High Tack Printable Fabric Standard
Glossy Medium / High Tack2 Premium Outdoor Vinyl Standard
Glow In The Dark Medium / High Tack2 Printable Fabric Standard
Heat Colour Changing Medium / High Tack2 Holographic Sparkle Vinyl Standard
Holographic Glossy/Sparkle Medium / High Tack2 Holographic Sparkle Vinyl Standard
Holographic Pattern Medium / High Tack2 Holographic Sparkle Vinyl Standard
Matte Medium / High Tack2 Premium Outdoor Vinyl Standard
Metallic Medium / High Tack2 Printable Fabric Standard
Opal Medium / High Tack2 Holographic Sparkle Vinyl Standard
Rainbow Stripes Medium / High Tack2 Holographic Sparkle Vinyl Standard
Reflective Medium / High Tack2 Holographic Sparkle Vinyl Standard
Shimmer High Tack Printable Fabric Standard or Strong
UV Colour Changing Medium / High Tack2 Premium Outdoor Vinyl Standard

It is always advisable to do a small test cut before beginning your project to prevent wasting materials.These settings are meant to be a guide in helping you find the best setting for your machine.

  1. Cricut settings are for the Maker, Maker 3, Explore Air 3 and the Explore Air 2 (Smart Set dial on Custom), using a sharp premium fine point blade.
  2. Use medium tack for larger transfers, and high tack for smaller, more detailed cuts.

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