The Ultraflex Europe Blog

The Pros & Cons Of Polyester

There are times when printing calls for a lighter touch. Whether the requirement is for a soft feel or a material that is straightforward to transport, polyester is often the solution.

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The Pros & Cons Of PET

You may think of PET as identical to polyester. You’d be partly right: polyester is a form of polyethylene terephthalate. However, there are subtle differences between polyethylene and polyester:

 

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Why Choose Ultraflex Europe?


The choice of banner substrate supplier can make a significant difference to many aspects of the end product. Substrates need to be high quality, reliable, and ready when you need them. To learn more about how Ultraflex Europe guarantees the best service around, read on!

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Banner Material: The Pros & Cons Of PVC

 

When it comes to printing a great banner, the substrate is everything. All that the customer sees is a flawless image, but printers know that what’s underneath counts more! Today, we explore the pros and cons of the industry favourite: PVC.

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How To Choose The Most Suitable Banner Substrate For Your Client’s Project

Banner textiles are a constantly evolving area of research and development, and the choices can be overwhelming. However, the choice you make can make a significant difference to your finished banners. Today’s substrates are designed for different conditions and applications.

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PVC Vs Polyester Roll-Up Banner Material

 

Roll-up banners are a staple of trade shows, exhibitions, and retail displays. Being able to move an image from A to B without damaging it is something that should never be a headache for clients. For printers and end users, today’s roll-up banner materials are better than ever.

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REACH and Ultraflex Europe – What’s It All About?

REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) has been around in some form or another since 1998. It entered into force in 2007, registration began in 2008 and the full timeline runs into the future. It is a piece of chemical legislation governing all products sold in the EU with an aim to keep nasty things out of everything from your slippers to your hair wax.

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Introducing Our New One-Way Vision Film: Ultravision

 

UltraVision is a versatile, multi-functional product, which acts as a one-way vision film that turns glass into a display area for graphics on the outside whilst allowing complete visibility through it from inside. The graphics can be purely decorative or used for branding and advertising. UltraVision also provides privacy and can form an effective sunshade which benefits those inside buildings and vehicles without blocking their view outside.

The effect is achieved by applying the vision film to the glass. The film has areas to print the graphics, as well as see-through areas covering up to 40% of the film.

This perforated vision film offers a cost effective solution for use on glass storefronts, bus windows, building windows, and more. Today, we have a new (but established) product which stands out from the crowd due to its reliability, durability, high availability, and an attractive price tag.

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Have You Experienced Problems Printing Mesh Banners With A Release Liner?

Ultraflex Strip Mesh – the liner that releases not before, or during, but after you print.

Strip mesh is a perforated PVC substrate, which is ideal for printing semipermeable banners for use in – for example – crowd control barriers. The mesh allows for light and air to flow freely through the banner, improving its wind resistance and allowing the banner design to be semi-translucent. Strip mesh is delivered in rolls with a protective backing liner that is released when the banner is printed. Rolls are sold in widths up to 3.2m.

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How To Install FabriTac Self Adhesive Graphics

Ultraflex FabriTac is a 350gsm, textured, fabric, self-adhesive wall covering. It can be easily fitted and removed from many surfaces and re-positioned while retaining its adhesion without leaving a residue.

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