Orcon A-36 Film

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Orcon A-36 Film

7.95

Project Orcon was a WWII plan to use pigeons to control guided missiles. That's irrelevant here, but sort of fun, right? Today, Orcon film has a ripstop scrim of very fine nylon threads. This makes Orcon extremely strong and durable compared to its weight and thinness! It is a great material for making fighter kite skins! Orcon’s surface is NOT perfectly smooth. The ripstop grid can be felt and seen as tiny ridges in the fabric. Unlike other plastic and mylar-like films, Orcon will not continue to tear once a small nick or tear begins!! One side of Orcon is shiny; the other is dull or flat (and in this case, actually has the Orcon name and lot number printed on it). It can be easily cut with a razor blade, rotary cutter, scissors or it can be hot cut.. It can be bonded with contact cement, tape, and many other adhesives. 25" wide, sold by the yard. (Each yard includes approximately half printed area and half "clean" area.)

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