REVLAR Nevada License Plate - Laser Printer Only

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REVLAR Nevada License Plate - Laser Printer Only

8.5 x 11" Sheets Pre-Perforated Nevada State Plate 7.7 mil Matte Finish Laser printer and digital press compatible Cost-effective to use More affordable-and faster to produce-than laminated materials

Orders placed Mon-Thurs after 11am PST will ship the next day. Orders placed Friday after 11am PST & Sat & Sun will ship Monday

SKU's: 508-50-8511TP-NV, 508-100-8511TP-NV, 508-500-8511TP-NV


REVLAR Nevada License Plate - Laser Printer Only (100 Sheets)

$99.00

REVLAR Nevada License Plate - Laser Printer Only (50 Sheets)

$59.00

REVLAR Nevada License Plate - Laser Printer Only (500 Sheets)

$259.00
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Durable and laser-printer and digital press compatible, REVLAR waterproof paper is available in various weights, sizes and colors, and is versatile enough for any application. REVLAR offers the image quality and printability of standard paper and can be folded, punched or die cut as needed, making it valuable for thousands of applications across all industries—including hospitality, retail, education, healthcare and government.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Applications Temporary License Plate
Style Diecut
Pre-Fold No
Size Letter (8.5 x 11)
Thickness 7.7 mil
GSM 270
Finish Matte
Free Ground Shipping Free Ground Shipping
Order Upload ? No

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