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Top Value Fabrics Introduces Supra Fabric Elite

Monday, August 15, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

CARMEL, Indiana - Top Value Fabrics delivers Supra Fabric Elite. This is the same attention-getting fabric previously branded as Samba Fabric Elite, now with a new name.

This fabric is upgraded with exceptional printing capabilities and helps to present an upscale look and feel. Supra Fabric Elite is engineered as a mid-weight backlit fabric especially for backlit display systems and lightboxes. For printers who are reducing inventory skus and printing profiles, Supra Fabric Elite is regularly used with outstanding results for both frontlit and backlit display applications. Additional common applications of this fabric include banners, tents, theatrical displays, tablecloths and exhibit graphics.

Supra Fabric Elite meets NFPA 701 FR specifications and provides options in ink compatibility including Dye Sub Transfer, UV, Solvent and Latex. A versatile fabric, Supra Fabric Elite features two sets of ink compatibility on the same fabric by offering two face sides. The uncoated face is ideal for dye sub transfer printing and the opposite face offers a print receptive coating for direct printing. This fabric is optimized for use with HP Latex Ink Technology.

Available in widths to 126", Supra Fabric Elite yields outstanding color consistency, excellent image sharpness and a wide color range.

Learn more about Supra Fabric Elite here and request samples to see the difference for yourself: http://www.tvfmedia.com/supra-fabric-elite/

 

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