3M™ DI-NOC Carbon Fiber

  • 3MDINOC*48



    • White Carbon Fiber

    • Black Carbon Fiber

    • Graphite Carbon Fiber

    • Silver Carbon Fiber



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NOTE: 50 yd orders contain two 25 yd rolls


  • 48" wide, 8.5 mil Flexible vinyl with permanent adhesive
  • Carbon Fiber Di-Noc architectural finishes are durable, cleanable, flexible PVC films
  • Features Comply adhesive air release channels for fast- easy, and virtually bubble-free applications
  • Can be used both indoors and outdoors
  • Not designed for vehicle wraps; use 3M 1080 Series instead
  • Print compatibility: UV
  • Note: Not designed for solvent inkjet printing
  • Caution:  Always pre-test vinyl installation on vehicles.  Do not install if there is any adverse or negative impact on sensors and/or other safety-related equipment on the intended vehicle
  • Warning:  During installation it is critical to prevent “dragging” the adhesive side of wrap vinyls over edges and flat surfaces.  Abrasion caused by dragging can result in “adhesive dots” or “sanding” under the surface of the vinyl and make it appear to have many small bumps.  This is usually not repairable.  For more information and installation advice, please view the video below titled “Avoid Dots/Adhesive lines”.
  • Film colors can vary slightly from roll to roll. For the most consistency, please purchase a full roll.  We are unable to guarantee consistency with multiple orders of cut yardage.
  • The 3M warranty is for product value only and provides no protection or reimbursement for additional costs including labor or vehicle/paint damage.  Please refer to the Information Sheets below.


Products listed on this page can expose you to chemicals, including vinyl chloride, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and toluene, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

What's the difference between 3M DI-NOC and 3M 1080 Carbon Fiber?

They both have carbon fiber and brushed metallic options but these films are not the same. DI-NOC is thicker, has a permanent adhesive, and is not designed for vehicle wraps. You can use it to wrap a dash board or flat surface, but don't expect it to come off easily. DI-NOC is used most often in architectural applications like cabinets, tables, refrigerators or even sinks. 3M 1080 has a removable adhesive and is far more conformable than DI-NOC and it's available in 60" width making it ideal for vehicle wraps. 1080 is the way to go for vehicle wraps.


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