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Print Fabric, Save Money: 35% off Poly Select Blockout Fabric

Poly Select Blockout Fabric is an excellent choice for banner stand displays, as well as special event graphics, like these banners that bookend the stage at a special event by Jojo Monster Graphics.
Poly Select Blockout Fabric is an excellent choice for banner stand displays, as well as special event graphics, like these banners that bookend the stage at a special event by Jojo Monster Graphics.

LexJet Poly Select Blockout Fabric is on sale at 35 percent off the regular price, but only until Oct. 4. Ideal for banner stand displays, LexJet Poly Select Blockout Fabric is a 14-mil bright-white polyester fabric with a blockout layer that provides greater opacity.

Compatible with aqueous and latex inks, the fabric lays flat, minimizing edge curl and making it easy to work with in production.

“The image quality with the Poly Select Blockout Fabric is really good,” says Joe Batten, owner of JojoMonster Graphics in Venice, Calif. “We used it to print hanging banners at a charity event. We needed something lightweight that we could add rigidity to with pole pockets and dowels, and we didn’t want the light to show through and prevent the image from looking good on the printed side.”

The water-resistant coating provides exceptional imaging quality with a wide color gamut and higher ink saturation for rich, brilliant, eye-catching color. In addition to display, event and trade show signage, Poly Select Blockout Fabric is also an excellent alternative to scrim banner for durable banner applications.

For more information, and to take advantage of this limited-time offer, call a LexJet print 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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