HP Large Format Media (Sarasota, FL) announced their new HP Durable Backlit Fabric, a lightweight, flame-resistant material engineered with ColorPRO Technology and designed specifically to provide the soft, elegant, organic look that is currently popular for signage and displays.
HP Durable Backlit Fabric was designed to reduce accidental damage during finishing, shipping, and installation, according to Dione Metnick, product manager for HP Large Format Media. “This durable, enhanced fabric is also recyclable and REACH compliant — assuring it contains no chemical substances that could be harmful to human health and the environment,” he reported.
Intended to increase profit potential for latex print service providers, HP Durable Backlit Fabric is lightweight, reducing shipping costs and making it is easy to transport and install in SEG frames. The fabric prints sharp, fine detail that is comparable to paper or polyester film, making it an excellent solution for displays designed for up-close viewing.
For more information, visit HPLFMedia.com.
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