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New fabrics introduced for variety of applications

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Fisher Textiles, Indian Trail, N.C., has a variety of new fabrics. ET 9450 Symmetry is new to its green fabric line, Enviro-Tex®, for dye sublimation and UV printing. This knit is a blend of Repreve® and spandex, and is used in banners and trade show exhibit applications. The fabric is recommended for architectural design. It is flame retardant and passes the NFPA 701small scale test.

GF 1066 Power Net, a warp knit in a polyester and spandex blend, is new to Fisher’s grand format line for dye sublimation and UV printing. Applications include double-sided banners and trade show exhibits. It is flame retardant and passes the NFPA 701 small scale test.

DD 7801 Flag, a polyester warp knit, joins Fisher Textiles’ direct disperse fabric line for direct dye sublimation printing. These have a special coating and do not require heat transfer paper. It is durable and makes an excellent outdoor fabric.

SI 660 PVC is a PVC-coated polyester duck fabric and new to their line of coated fabrics for true solvent, mild solvent and eco-solvent printers. Applications include flags and banners.

SOURCE Fisher Textiles, 800 554 8886

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