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75micron drafting sheets engineering CAD drawing film

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Item name: DF-SD
Usage: drawing
Transparency: TRANSLUCENT
Place of Origin: Hebei China
Processing Type: Multiple Extrusion
feature 2: stable/sturdy of drawing by color pencils
shelf time: last several centuries
Material: PET,PET/Mylar/Polyester
Model Number: DF-SD
Hardness: Soft
Feature: Moisture Proof
MOQ: 1 roll or 1 pad
Name: 75micron drafting sheets engineering CAD drawing film
Thickness: 75microns/3mil
Brand Name: JUB
Type: Stretch Film
Feature1: Matte 2 sides
Width: up to 1450mm
PAck way: brown paper with your logo
Packaging Detail: Each roll and sheet will be wraped by a craft paper protection, outside use transparent shrink film tight, 12 rolls per carton.
Selling Units: Single item
Single package size: 100X100X0.01 cm
Single gross weight: 0.175 KG
Package Preview: https://sc04.alicdn.com/kf/HLB1VKJBaELrK1Rjy0Fjq6zYXFXaP.jpg_640x640.jpg
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Product introduction

All are machine abrasion types.

Stock Thickness data:

0.05mm-- 0.002"

Our standard roll: 1 meter x 20 meters per roll

Net. Weight: 2.1kg
Paper core: 1"

Different Types of Drafting Film
1, student grade drafting film in pad form or roll
2, available in the 0.003" weight (75 Micron) and you can buy it in single sheets

Roll type
Standard width
1M x 20M
1M x 50M
1M x 100M
1.45M x 100M
Pad type

25sheets per pad with your logo customized paper wrape
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I can solve your any problem in usage and width and length, other size cutting by our machine.
Please do remember, find manufactuer -hebei jubang 

Best Pencils to Use on Drafting film

You can use both wax based and oil based pencils on drafting film, but you will find that you get the best adherence with the oil based pencils such as the Faber Castell Polychromos (best adherence of all the pencils) and the Caran D'ache Pablos. Prismacolor Verithin pencils give beautiful crisp detail on the film, but you do need to be careful with these pencils as they have a high clay content and can sometimes scratch the surface of the film. Wax based pencils such as the Prismacolors and the Derwents will still work fine on the film, but will give a softer look. Watercolour pencils may be used dry on the drafting film, but are not effective if you are going to use water with them. Derwent Inktense pencils can be applied with a fairly dry brush and give an interesting result.

Graphite works well on the drafting film, and has both advantages and disadvantages. It smudges and blends like no other surface, giving lovely soft skin tones and shading to portraits. You can also get wonderfully crisp detai. You need to be careful not to pass your hand over any worked areas as they will easily smudge. It can also be challenging to get very dark tonal values when using graphite on the film and so I sometimes use a black coloured pencil in combination with the graphite to achieve the darkest darks. You can get some really interesting effects by applying graphite powder with a brush to the film and also by lifting some of the pigment off again using a kneadable eraser.

With all drafting films, it is advised to work with either a paper towel under the palm of your hand or to work in cotton gloves with the fingers cut out so that you are not leaving skin oils behind on the film which can prevent the pencil from adhering to the film. This is particularly true when you are working with graphite on the film, as you will get unsightly blotches and uneven blending if there are any finger prints or oil deposits left behind.

Erasing on the film

You can erase on drafting film, but you need to use a gentle hand because the tooth can easily be removed with aggressive rubbing. Kneadable erasers are handy for removing grubby marks and tidying up your pencil lines. Battery operated erasers are also quite effective. Mosts erasers will work fine, but it is always best to do a patch test first, depending on the type of film and eraser you are using.

Sgraffito (Scratching the film)

One of the other advantages of working on the film is the way that you can scratch into the surface to bring back highlights or to add whiskers to a pet portrait. In the image below, I have drawn all the hairs around the face of the cat using ink and coloured pencil and have then gone back and used a sharp blade to scratch out some of the hairs on top of the cheeks and also to scratch out the whiskers. This can be a big time saver for pet portrait artists who struggle to reserve the whites for whiskers or to find an effective way of drawing them in later.

Applying Fixative

Applying fixative to the drafting film can be a tricky process. Coloured pencil, particularly the Faber Castell Polychomos are unlikely to smudge much on the film and so it really isn't necessary to apply fixative. Because the film is non absorbent, the fixative will sit on the surface as a glaze. If your entire surface is filled in with coloured pencil, then this glaze will be
barely visible, but if you have left much of the surface white, then you may find that you are left with a haze that is sometimes blotchy. I used to apply fixative to all my pieces, but found that too many pieces were spoiled after the application of fixative and so no longer bother. You can also find that some of the colours change and bleed with the fixative, particularly the mauves
and dark pinks. When working with coloured pencils on the film, you will find that your work looks very shiny and a light application of fixative can matte this down, so if you feel you would prefer to add fixative, then I recommend a very light coat sprayed from a distance of at least 30cm (12 inches) from your artwork. I have come to love the shiny look that the pencils give on the film as it looks like a glossy photo.

Working with graphite on the film however is a different story. The graphite will smudge very easily if the artwork is not fixed or framed straight away. Here again, though, you do need to be very careful as I have finished quite a few commissioned portraits in graphite on the film and then applied fixative only to find that a series of little black speckles appeared all over the
potrait. On a couple of occasions I have had to redo the portrait. This seems to be more prevalent when I have used mechanical and carbon based pencils.

Framing your artworks

I am often asked how I back and frame my artworks that have been done on drafting film. Mostly I use acid free tape and attach the film to foam core and I always frame the artworks with mat board, so that the film is not resting against the glass. If you prefer not to tape your artwork, you can also use photo corners, attach these to your backing board or foam core and sit the film inside.
Buyers feedback:
Drafting film is very different to paper in that it is not...paper. It's more like tracing paper although more stable, sturdy and they claim `untearable'. It's also opaque translucent.

The main benefit is that you don't need to transfer your sketch of your subject to the support, you can just slip it underneath and use your coloured pencils on top. Your sketch shows through the drafting film and eliminates those nasty outlines.

What you immediately notice with working on drafting film is how smooth and how quickly it grabs the coloured pencil pigment. You don't need to work the pencil into the tooth at all. It positively glides on. If that wasn't enough, the pigment pops off the page without much effort at all.

But for those that like their layers, drafting film only takes 3 or 4 layers (depending on how light you work) and you have to know what you are putting down before you start. There isn't much room for trial and error.

So far I like it though and it allows you to work very quickly indeed.

Because of the surface readily accepting the pencil it is very easy to keep the point on your pencil and those sharp points don't snap as soon as you touch it. Your point does wear down normally but the film allows you to keep that sharpener-fresh spike longer.

It's translucency also offers intriguing possibilities for the background of drawings.

DF-DD One Side Matte

DF-SD Double Side Matte

Sheet or roll, both available for us, as we are the NR1 the drafting film manufactuer


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