BANNERS - Types, Ounce, Denier, Weave, Thread Count & more.

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Q : WHAT ARE DIFFERENT TYPES OF BANNER?
A :  There are six types of Banners,
  1. SCRIM BANNER or VINYL BANNERS - made of PVC (also referred to as Vinyl)
  2. STAY FLAT (ANTI-CURL) BANNERS - made of Poly Propylene (PP), PVC or Blends of PP & PET.
  3. MESH BANNERS - made of PVC, they have crisscross breathable patterns for the wind to pass through and avoid tearing,
  4. CANVAS BANNERS - made of Cotton or Poly-Cotton Blends they offer a very premium look & feel.
  5. POLYESTER FABRIC BANNERS - made of polyester fabrics offer strength and premium look and feel. 
  6. PAPER BANNERS - made of the various thickness of the paper. 
 
Q : WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY SCRIM BANNERS?
A : Scrim as per dictionary means 'piece of gauze cloth'. In the printing industry, this piece of gauze cloth is used to hold the PVC in order to provide strength to the banner. 
Post By: Solvit User on: Dec 24, 2018 11:18:26 AM

WHAT, WHY, WHERE & HOW - ALL ABOUT STAY FLAT BANNER

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Over the past few years, Digital Print Media displays have virtually sprung up everywhere and the demand for Digital Print media is booming. Some common reasons are:

  • Displays on Digitally Printed media are sharper and more vibrant
  • Outputs can be printed in various sizes
  • Media is available in non-adhesive as well as self-adhesive variants, to suit different applications

 

However, even a simple signage display, such as a stand-up or roll-up banner often looks shabby and unprofessional, if not done right. In the case of banner media, curling of the media is one of the biggest problems. Every brand manager & print solution provider has faced this before. A banner which looks nice and flat before it is put up on the stand, starts to curl at the edges. In addition to curling, other problems that arise when using ordinary Flex Banner (Scrim Banner) media include: 

Post By: Solvit User on: Dec 19, 2018 4:13:00 PM

Must Know - Installing One Way Vision Films

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  • Always test the product prior to use by cutting a small peice of the SolviT One Way Vision Film and pasting it on the surface you are going install.
  • SolviT One Way Vision Film perforated window films can damage glass with anti-reflective, self-cleaning and scratch resistance coatings, which mainly get damaged during film removal. Please test prior to final application if in doubt.
  • SolviT One Way Vision Film perforated window films must not be are not to be applied to fresh coat of paint.
  • SolviT One Way Vision Film is available in various peforation ratios such as 70: 30, 60:40, & 50:50. Some states or local authorities have laws or regulations requiring minimum light transmission that may limit or preclude the use of this product on vehicle windows. A printer is responsible for determining and complying with all applicable standards. So we suggest printers do check with their local authorities before installation.
Post By: Solvit User on: Feb 8, 2016 10:24:58 AM