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Top Value Fabrics launches 'Direct Print' textiles
06
Jun '13
Direct Print Textiles from Top Value Fabrics provide an advanced printing platform for superior banners, flags, exhibit graphics, fine art reprints and advertising displays.

The media in this high-performance line is constructed with a superior print receptive treatment for direct printing. After imaging, these fabrics are designed to provide outstanding color consistency, excellent image sharpness and a wide color range.

Direct Print Textiles include 3.2 oz. Flag Polyester, 3.3 oz. Polyester Satin, 5.2 oz. Stretch Polyester, 6 oz. Polyester and 7.3 oz. Heavy Polyester. The innovative fabrics are available in widths from 61” – 126”, meet NFPA 701 FR specifications and are REACH Compliant.

About Top Value Fabrics

Top Value Fabrics has a 39-year history of success in the textile industry and is a leading supplier of Print Media, Industrial Textiles and Recreational Fabrics.

The company has a nationwide network of offices, distribution centers and shipping locations with expertise in providing world-class solutions and service for a wide variety of industries.

Top Value Fabrics

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