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                                      Low Birefringent (OC-LB) Film

                                      Grafix?Plastics’ OC-LB Grade film is the optical designation for our acetate film. Grafix acetate is a high-clarity, optical-grade, solvent-cast?polymer film that is ani-isotropic – meaning it has low internal birefringence < 25nm. Its combination of availability, environmental friendliness, and price point make it an excellent and cost-effective alternative to TriAcetate (TAC) films, Cast Polycarbonate, and other exotic (and expensive) optical films.

                                      For more information on this film, please visit our general acetate film product page.

                                      Some of the outstanding features of Low Birefringent (OC-LB) Film and Sheets:

                                      • Anisotropic
                                      • Ultra clear
                                      • High gloss surface
                                      • Low defect count
                                      • Good dimensional stability
                                      • High visible light transmission
                                      • Very low haze
                                      • Commercially available

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