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LexJet Introduces New Repositionable and Removable Adhesive-Backed Fabric

Print-N-Stick Fabric from LexJetLexJet’s new Print-N-Stick Fabric™ brings true photographic-quality printing to an inkjet fabric material that’s also backed with a repositionable and removable adhesive.

The new product is a combination of LexJet’s popular Water-Resistant Satin Cloth and a proprietary adhesive system that allows users to easily apply, reposition, remove and re-use graphics on virtually any flat surface without leaving any residue behind.

“Printing has been a cinch. I fed it right into the printer and didn’t have to make any changes to the suction to feed it in,” says Jack Ansley, owner of John H. Ansley Studio, Devon, Pa. “It has a very nice white surface, which produced rich blacks and great image quality for a project I recently printed applied to a concrete wall. I was amazed at how easy it is to apply and reposition without any bubbling.”

Print-N-Stick ApplicationAnsley adds that he’s applied one panel of the multi-panel project, pictured here, which is scheduled to be completed over the next couple of weeks.

The water-resistant fabric is also easy to finish; it won’t rip, wrinkle or stretch during production or installation and can be cut into any shape without fraying or tearing. Compatible with aqueous and latex inks, LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric has a 110⁰ white point and allows higher ink saturation for deeper, sharper colors than most inkjet fabrics.

LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric is ideal for wall murals and cut-out wall graphics, point-of-purchase displays, decals, window graphics, signs and more. It is available and shipping from LexJet’s Nationwide Distribution Network in 24″, 36″, 42″ and 60″ wide x 100′ roll lengths (LexJet also offers a 24″ x 20′ test roll).

For more information and to order, contact a LexJet customer specialist at 800-453-9538.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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