Fisher Textiles Treated Soft Signage Fabric
Engineered for direct dye sub printing.
Fisher Textiles has extended its F7 Certified line of direct dye sub fabric with the addition of DD 4420 Nirvana Purity, a treated version of GF4020. Nirvana Purity soft signage fabric offers a pigment-coated white-back for opacity and a built-in liner. The fabric has a slight stretch for a smooth fit in framing systems; additional applications include hanging banners, double-sided SEG, backlit graphics, and more. The flame-retardant fabric is offered in 126-in. rolls.
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