Drafting films

If you are a Forme Maker, Die Cutter, Artist, Engineer, or Designer using traditional methods of drawing or design DEP offers a range of dimensionally stable polyester based drafting foils.

The specially prepared drawing surface will readily accept ink and pencil. Due to the cross-linked surface of the film corrections are easily made. The film is shatterproof, solvent and heat resistant, and can be used with confidence with Plotters.

The specially prepared drawing surface will readily accept ink and pencil

Drafting film range

Availability

Gauges of material

Translucent: High Transparency, One side Matt (HMP)

75µ and 100µ

Translucent: Polished, One side Matt (MP)

50µ, 75µ and 125µ

Translucent: Matt both sides (MM)

50µ, 75µ and 125µ

Please contact us for availability. 

Standard roll lengths are 25 Metres – alternative roll lengths are available on request.

Drafting Film MP – Typical Widths: 762mm (30″); 914mm (36″); 1016mm (40″); 1270mm (50″); 1524mm (60″). Customised widths available upon request. Sheets are also available.

Drafting Film MM – Typical Widths: 762mm (30″); 914mm (36″); 1016mm (40″); 1270mm (50″); 1524mm (60″). Customised widths available upon request. Sheets are also available.

Drafting Film HMP – Typical Widths: 914mm (36″); 1016mm (40″); 1067mm (42″); 1220mm (48″). Customised widths available upon request.

Availability not immediate on all products.

Please contact us for availability. 

Patch Up Sheet

To complement our Drafting Foil HMP we supply an excellent quality, non-absorbent synthetic patch-up sheet. Suitable for use in levelling cutting dies to ensure an overall even cutting pressure.

Available in rolls of 25 metres x 1220mm in two gauges: 0.100mm and 0.150mm

Fisher Space Pens

Paul C Fisher developed the pressurised refill for NASA in 1965. It is still in use today on manned space flights, because it performs when other pens fail.

The combination of tungsten carbide ball point and thixotropic ink in a hermetically sealed cartridge, pressurised at nearly 35 pounds per square inch, allows it to write in freezing cold, boiling heat, underwater and at any
angle – even upside down.

Drafting films

Drafting films