Large format print sublimation textiles
For the technique called sublimation, polyester textiles are printed by transfer creating intense, bright colours.
- “Flag” is obviously the material out of which flags are made, but can also be used for showroom curtains, booth curtains for interior use. A typical outdoor use are tifo's and mid stip bannering during soccer games.
- Uncoated textile is a flag material with tiny holes. It does not need to be seamed. As the holes let the wind through, there is less pressure on the flag itself. Uncoated textiles are used for flags, beach flags and banners.
- Deko textile, or mat polyester is a popular material for indoor use. De textile is flexible and therefore ideal for confection. Very different item can be made with this material: stretch frame sheets, banners, curtains and more. It is also used for high and giant inflatables.
- Maxlight is a very resistant material for indoor use. Initially, is was conceived for lit frames, because is spreads light very well. Beanbags and furniture covers are also produced using this fabric. It is very resistant and is machine washable.
- Voile (or sail) is transparent and very light. If printed upon, the fabric remains transparent allowing the space behind completely visible. Ideal for showrooms and fair stands: the entire space is visible, even with your custom logo or image.
- Satin is a gloss textile and is sometimes called gloss polyester. This fabric, for indoor use, is utilised luxury banners, roll banners and table flags. For Tomorrowland we made classic medieual looking flags in special shapes.
- Stretch sheets are made of elastic polyester textile. The fabric is wrinkle-free and can be confected in many different ways. This material is most often used for odd-shaped displays and booths, but also for sheets that need to be absolutely wrinkle-free.
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