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Look beyond the curtain and start printing on it.

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“Printing on fabrics? You can do that?” Sure. We can do that. But just doing it wasn’t good enough for us. As printing on fabrics such as curtains and wall hangings is becoming increasingly more popular, we wanted a machine with the most crisp resolution possible. After identifying the very best option toward the end of last year, we’re proud to say it’s arrived: A new 126” fabric printer that changes the way you think about where and how you can print when it comes to your interior spaces.

Our new fabric printer is particularly great for uncoated fabrics, using a latex dye with pre-set heating option.

It’s a lot easier to transport the finished product too. Whereas other print productions require a more labor intensive rolling up when it comes off the press, a fabric that comes off of our new printer can be folded with ease. And don’t forget the other advantage of fabric printing – since it’s machine washable, you can use the product many times over and it will look as a great as the first time you used it. So if someone splashes marinara on it at a trade show, you’ve got a great chance of saving it for the next one. Now that’s getting some quality use out of your material.

If you’d like to learn more about how fabric printing can expand the horizons of your printing possibilities, let’s chat more about what you might have in mind.

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