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Top Value Fabrics has relaunched the High-Definition Textiles by Georg+Otto Friedrich line of fabric media (previously offered by Pacific Coast Fabrics, which TVF has since acquired). The line is engineered for digital fabric printing with high color clarity, consistency, and definition. All substrates are REACH-compliant and Oeko-Tex-certified. The line includes the following flame-resistant, 100% recyclable substrates:

  • Heavy Deko-Stretch 8488GFS, a white, heavyweight, warp-knit fabric designed with 4-way stretch and dimensional stability. The polyester/elastane fabric is UV stabilized and designed for dye sub transfer and direct disperse printing. Applications include banners, SEG frame systems, P-O-P and retail displays, tradeshow exhibits, fine art, and interior décor. Available in widths up to 122 in.
  • Deko-Stretch 8484GFS, positioned as a lighter weight version of Heavy Deko-Stretch 8488GFS, is a medium-weight, optic-white, warp-knit fabric with 4-way stretch and dimensional stability. The UV-stabilized polyester/elastane media offers color vibrancy and doesn’t wrinkle or skew after installation, according to the company. Applications include banners, SEG framing systems, P-O-P displays, building wraps, event graphics, fine art, and blinds. Available in widths up to 122 in.
  • Deko-Flex 7036FLBS is a stretchy polyester warp-knit banner fabric produced with Trevira Xpand elastic polyester yarn for simple installation. The wrinkle-resistant media is designed for high print definition with a soft hand for applications including banners, fine art, P-O-P and retail displays, building wraps, and more. Available in rolls up to 120-in. wide.
  • Deco-Structure 7582FLBS, a textured, nonoptic white fabric that is durable in all environments, according to the company. The warp-knit media is designed for applications including fine art, banners, P-O-P displays, tradeshow signage, and wallcoverings. Available in 122-in rolls.



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