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Video: Berea Printing Reviews LexJet Poly Select Blockout Fabric

When Phil Crawford, production manager for Berea Printing, Berea, Ohio, finds a product that helps his company, he shares his finds with others through his YouTube channel, The Promo Video. Crawford recently reviewed Sunset Production Gloss Canvas SUV, which we featured here at the LexJet Blog.

LexJet Poly Select Blockout FabricCrawford’s latest review focuses on a blockout fabric compatible with aqueous and latex printers: LexJet Poly Select Blockout Fabric.

The timing of the review couldn’t be better since the blockout fabric is on sale until this Saturday, Oct. 4 for 35 percent off. Crawford’s review provides a closer look at the various features of the product, including a fairly severe water test to check the fabric’s water resistance.

“We were looking for a new print material for our HP Latex 25500 Printer because we’re working on a campaign to appeal to what they call live event shows. It’s a program we put together for these events, seminars and presentations where we print everything they need, from flyers and business cards to posters and banners,” explains Crawford. “We had a request for a cloth banner because other banner materials were too heavy and they creased. I talked to Erin Kcmar at LexJet and she recommended the Poly Select Blockout Fabric. We’ll switch to this material because we think it will also work for general display applications. This is more versatile and something that’s easy to work with that I don’t have to fight with.”

Check out the video, and call a LexJet printing specialist at 800-453-9538 to take advantage of the sale on LexJet Poly Select Blockout Fabric before it ends on October 4.

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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