Enhanced printable black-back fabric

September 12th, 2022

Fisher Textiles’ GF4030 Nirvana Plus is an enhanced printable soft signage black-back fabric with 30% more fabric on the face than other printable black-back media. Fisher Textiles’ GF4030 Nirvana Plus is an enhanced printable soft signage black-back fabric developed to significantly decrease smoke exhaustion during the transfer process. It has 30% more fabric on the […]

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Two-in-one display fabric

July 1st, 2020

Specially treated for direct dye sublimation and UV-curable printing, DD 9919 Nirvana B.O.B.® has a white printable face and a coated black back, offering a two-in-one solution for printable fabric with a built-in liner. Key features are the soft hand, white point with a Delta E value less than 1.0, ability to cold cut, and […]

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Shiny signage

December 1st, 2019

With a glossy surface and a pigment-coated white back for complete opacity, GF4022 Nirvana Purity Shine® is a shiny soft signage fabric for frontlit framing systems. The newest addition to the Nirvana® line of fabrics, the product offers a two-in-one solution for dye sublimation and UV-printable fabric with a finished back that eliminates the need […]

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Quiet Critters

October 10th, 2019

2019 IAA Award of Excellence The eight 5-foot by 8-foot sound-absorbing “Acoustical FireFlys” that float above the Patten Free Library teen area allow a lively range of programming to take place, including films and maker workshops, without disturbing other library patrons. The new teen area has a distinctive high ceiling and a curved outer wall […]

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Fisher Textiles opens new headquarters

September 24th, 2019

Fischer Textiles, a supplier of fabrics for digital printing, has opened its corporate headquarters in Matthews, N.C. With the move, Fisher nearly doubles its office and warehousing space, from a 42,000-square-foot building to an 82,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility. In addition to increased space for a deeper inventory of product offerings, the new headquarters features a print […]

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Whether indoors or out, custom graphics have a strong appeal with brand-savvy businesses

February 1st, 2019

Those contemplating adding fabric graphics to their professional repertoire will find an arena poised for expansion and strong demand, driven by advancements in print and ink technology as well as by fabrics that increasingly deliver stunning results more reliably. Also fueling activity is the accelerating movement toward personalization and customization, says Randy Anderson, product marketing […]

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Fisher Textiles wins three awards

November 1st, 2018

The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association recognized three of Fisher Textiles’ fabric medias in the categories of Apparel, Banner and Flag for the Association’s 2018 Product of the Year competition. This year’s competition included 68 categories and a record setting field of 255 submissions. Fisher’s winning fabric medias include ET 3200 Hoodie, GF 4019 Nirvana B.O.B.® […]

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Practical products with punchy effects

September 1st, 2018

Versatile webbing Bally Ribbon Mills offers high-quality, high-performance webbing to meet the demands of recreational applications including the commercial and sport markets. The webbing is appropriate for a range of recreational applications including binding tape, chin straps, harnesses, packs, climbing webs, pet leashes, and parachute and balloon setups. Available in nylon, polyester, polypropylene, Kevlar®, Nomex®, […]

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Fisher Textiles launches new website

June 26th, 2018

Fisher Textiles, the Indian Trail, N.C.-supplier of fabrics for digital printing, has redesigned and rebranded its website at www.fishertextiles.com. The new site offers a clean, mobile-responsive design to help visitors quickly locate fabric choices based on print technology or desired application. The streamlined design makes it easier to request samples and find technical information on […]

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Fabric graphics dazzle outdoors

April 1st, 2018

Branding has become a major fixation. From people who carefully curate their social media postings to large corporations with entire brand-focused departments and everything in between, it seems as if everyone is intent on cementing public perception of their brands. And although we’ve all likely encountered individuals who are obsessed with their “personal brand,” for […]

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