HP Durable Backlit Fabric

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Posted in Sign & Display media for HP Latex printers by John Moistner Thu Jul 26 2018 21:41:08 GMT+0000 (UTC)·2·Viewed 97 times

We've been working on making SEG graphics with the HP Durable Backlit Fabric, but we've been having issues with durability on the material. It wrinkles and kinks easily and those marks show through very visibly when lit. Anyone else have problems with this and does anyone have any recommendations on how to prevent and ship properly?
Dione Metnick
July 30, 2018

Hi. Here are some tips for using the HP Durable Backlit Fabric.

  • Wait 24 hours after printing to allow ink to fully cure before handling for post processing.
  • When sewing the silicon edge to the print, for best results use a long table next to the sewing machine to keep the print as flat as possible to prevent bunching, creasing and pinching to the print.
  • For best results during shipping and transportation, roll the prints rather than folding.
  • Tips/tricks video https://hp.globalbmg.com/en/install-durable-backlit-fabric
    If you have any further questions please call 888-893-4668 as we would like to ensure you are happy with this backlit fabric.
Dione Metnick
July 30, 2018

Hi. Here are some tips for using the HP Durable Backlit Fabric.

  • Wait 24 hours after printing to allow ink to fully cure before handling for post processing.
  • When sewing the silicon edge to the print, for best results use a long table next to the sewing machine to keep the print as flat as possible to prevent bunching, creasing and pinching to the print.
  • For best results during shipping and transportation, roll the prints rather than folding.
  • Tips/tricks video https://hp.globalbmg.com/en/install-durable-backlit-fabric
    If you have any further questions please call 888-893-4668 as we would like to ensure you are happy with this backlit fabric.

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