Spectro debuts digital printable fabrics
December 3, 2009,
Spectro Coating Corp. is introducing a patent-pending line of flocked fabrics that can be printed with sublimation inks to create colorfast pictures and patterns.
Featuring a soft plush pile, these printable flocked fabrics are not pretreated or coated, have a great feel and hand, and are washable.
Providing the durability of their standard flocked fabrics, Spectro’s VividHD Fabrics are available in 54-inch widths on a polyester base in a plain or textured finish and pass NFPA 701. Suitable for banners, signage, draperies, contract fabrics, heat transfers, gaming tables and many other products, VividHD fibers are available on a variety of other substrates.
Spectro’s VividHD Fabrics are priced according to construction and quantity. Custom constructions and embossing are offered. Printed samples are available upon request.
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