Sublimation print fabric with keder, DIN A1, SAMBA 195g/m2, B1
Technical specification of product Sublimation print fabric with keder, DIN A1, SAMBA 195g/m2, B1
|Version||Single sided use|
|Product width (mm)||594|
|Product height (mm)||841|
|Product depth (mm)||1.5|
|Packaging unit width (mm)||180|
|Packaging unit height (mm)||180|
|Packaging unit length (mm)||1050|
|Net weight (kg)||1|
|Total weight (kg)||1.2|
Fabric Frame Graphic Samba 195 g/m2
The Fabric Frame Graphic is 100% Polyester (PES) woven fabric material of 195 g/m2, with light diffusion coating. The Samba material is B1 fire rated, which makes it an ideal and safe material to use at exhibitions and events. Premium high quality print material and perfect to use for illuminated displays systems.
Silicone Edge Graphic (SEG)
The Fabric Frame Graphic Samba is finished with a silicone strip edge sewn around the edges, which makes it easy for you to insert the graphic into the fabric frame extrusions. Samba 195 g/m2 is a high-quality printing material, European highest quality standard for Silicone Edge Graphic products. Create a stunning visual impact with a nice, tight graphic and a frameless appearance, with the tensioned fabric prints with silicone edging.
Suitable for Illuminated Fabric Frames
The Fabric Frame Graphic Samba is suitable for all Fabric Frames types and sizes. Thanks to the woven fabric with light diffusion coating, it is perfect printing material for illuminated Fabric Frames. Create a premium high quality backlit Fabric Frame with the Samba 195 g/m2.
Dye Sublimation Transfer Printing Method
The Fabric Frame Graphic Samba 195 g/m2 is printed dye sublimation transfer print. Mirror image of the art is first printed on a special transfer paper and heat transferred from the paper onto the fabric by using a heat press. This makes the ink changes from solid to gas and that sublimates into the polyester fibers. Dye sublimation is leading to high-quality photographic results and is also very resistant. An appealing visual, a superior look and no fear for cracks or damages in your graphic.