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Hi,
I'm making die-cut stickers and noticed that they start to shrink after some time or if they were sitting in the car for a bit. It is still on it's backing paper. I'm using Orajet 3165 and Oraguard 215. I have a few questions:
1. Is Orajet 3651 is better in terms of shrinkage?
2. Is it worth using Oraguard 215 or should I just use 210?
3. Is there any other vinyls you have experience with that has less shrinkage?

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I'm using Orajet 3165 and Oraguard 215. I have a few questions:
1. Is Orajet 3651 is better in terms of shrinkage?
The only vinyl I've seen resisting shrinkage when cut, is the one with a metallic layer.
All the others shrink if left on the release liner. Not enough resistance to keep it stretched.
 

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The only vinyl I've seen resisting shrinkage when cut, is the one with a metallic layer.
All the others shrink if left on the release liner. Not enough resistance to keep it stretched.
Oh I see. Have you noticed certain ones shrink more than others?
 
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