All Print Supplies, who supply sign vinyl, substrates, textiles and materials to the sign, exhibition and display markets has launched a new range of textile products for UV, solvent and latex wide format printers.
- 'Red-Eye' (TSWM225), a display fabric for printed graphics is a 225gsm matt white, woven, water resistant and robust printable fabric compatible with UV, dye-sublimation (for 'direct' and 'transfer' dye-sub printers), solvent and latex inks. An environmentally-friendly product, it is also water-tight with a 'lotus effect' so water runs off rather than be absorbed by the material; is air-tight and has good flatness and opacity when printed. Red-Eye is ideal for use when printing roll-ups, hanging banners, promotional displays, backlit applications and tents.
- 'Butterfly' (TSFG120) is a matt white knitted 120gsm flag fabric with liner for graphics printed on solvent and latex wide format machines. With environmentally-friendly properties, Butterfly flag fabric is also lightweight and offers good show through, making it ideal for beach flags, feather and tear drop flags.
- 'Man O' War'(TSWM200) a print fabric for display graphics is a 200gsm woven, crease-free, water resistant printable fabric for UV, dye-sublimation ('transfer'), solvent and latex inks. Man O' War is a fire-rated, environmentally-friendly and crease-free fabric that leaves no marks or 'bruises' after the fabric is folded or 'scrunched' up. Like the Red Eye, it is also water-tight with a 'lotus effect', is air-tight and has good flatness. 'Man O' War' is suited to backlit displays, tension display frames, inflatables, tents, parasols.
Kevin Wallace, Managing Director, All Print Supplies said; "We recently announced the launch of our new textile division and the appointment of Peter Miles as our new digital specialist. The launch of our own range of textile products for UV, Solvent and latex wide format printers is the next step in this process. The format textile sector is experiencing tremendous growth and is set to be one of the bright spots in the sector over the next few years."