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Fisher Textiles introduces new products at SGIA Expo
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Oct '11
Fisher Textiles, one of the leading suppliers of fabrics for digital printing, is pleased to introduce several new fabrics at the SGIA Expo in New Orleans October 19 - 21, 2011. GF 7176 Supreme Knit is 192" wide and 8.2 oz/yd2.

It is a warp knit 2 bar fabric 150d, 150d and 100% Polyester. It is FR and passes NFPA 701, has been tested for ASTM E 84 and meets Class A, Flame Spread Index 25 or less and Smoke Developed Index 450 or less. Compatible with UV and Dye Sublimation printing, applications include photographic back drops, geometric displays and trade show exhibits.

480 Blockout is a three layer material consisting of Fisher's 480 Poplin on the top side laminated to 195 Film in the middle with 480 Poplin laminated on the back side. This fabric is able to be printed on both sides and is compatible with UV printing. It is 13.1 oz/yd2 and 60" wide. Excellent for POP/banners, block out, double-sided banners and trade show exhibits.

GF 8682 Twilite is Fisher's newest backlit fabric for Dye Sublimation and UV printing. It is 7.8 oz/yd2, 122" wide and is FR and passes NFPA 701. Other applications include banners and trade show exhibits.

Fisher Textiles is excited to launch the Colored Paper Program, offering colored transfer paper in 70" and 126" widths.

Fisher Textiles was founded by Larry A. Fisher and his son, Larry Jr. in 1988. In its early years, Fisher Textiles specialized in trim products for the apparel and home furnishings industries.

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