Fisher Textiles Amplifies Offering with Backlit & Pillowcase Display Fabric
Fisher Textiles, a supplier of fabric for digital printing, is pleased to present its newest backlit fabric for SEG (silicone edge graphics), GF6050 Super Sonic, and front-lit pillowcase display fabric, GF8860 Silver Back. Both are prevalent in the trade show and retail industries, and are compatible with dye-sublimation transfer printing.
GF6050 Super Sonic is a soft, suede knit fabric that produces excellent vibrancy of print, amplified when backlit. It is wrinkle-resistant and can fold to save on shipping and storage costs. Super Sonic weighs 7.7 oz/yd2 and is stocked 126-in. wide in North Carolina and California. It is flame-retardant and meets NFPA 701 and California Title 19. It is registered in the State of California (CSFM: F-100615) and under ASTM E 84 it meets Class A, Flame Spread Index 25 or less and Smoke Developed Index 450 or less. A treated version of this fabric, DD6750 Super Sonic, is available for direct and UV-curable printing and there is also a super-wide option, DD6650 Super Sonic, which is 197-inches wide. This is one of the few 5-meter-wide backlit fabrics on the market.
GF8860 Silver Back is a soft signage fabric that has a unique knit construction with white yarns on the face of the fabric and blended white/black yarns on the back that give it a silver appearance. It is an opaque fabric that is 100% polyester with no coating on the back, which allows the fabric to keep its natural stretch while introducing an enhanced blockout construction to all pillowcase displays that utilize aluminum tube frames. Other applications include front-lit SEG, and Step & Repeat backdrops. Silver Back weighs 10.1 oz and is stocked 126-inches wide in North Carolina and California. It is flame-retardant and meets NFPA 701. A treated version of this fabric, DD8800 Silver Back is available for direct and UV-curable printing.
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