October 29, 2013 | Kopytek
There are a handful of other companies in St. Louis that do Banner Printing, but we at Kopytek are confident that no other print company in St. Louis can give you the quality we deliver in our banner printing services.
The type of printing we do on banners is guided by the type of banners that you want. So let’s talk banner types.
There are four main types of banners. Vinyl Banners, Mesh Banners, Canvas Banners and Fabric Banners. All banners can be printing with whatever you like and will last a very long time.
About Vinyl Banners
Vinyl Banners are printed on high quality thick durable vinyl. The banner material is rated for indoor and outdoor use. Vinyl Banners are digitally printed and can be up to a pretty good distance without the use of seams. Different color text or graphics can be applied to the banners and have white or colored backgrounds. Printing on these types of banner is easy.
About Mesh Banners
Mesh Banners are digitally printed in full color on a semi-thick durable vinyl. The material has criss crossing fibers that allow air to go through the material. You can see through the material slightly, but you can still easily see the printed graphics. This material is mainly used outdoors in windy areas instead of putting wind slits in vinyl banner types.
About Canvas Banners
Canvas banners are mainly used indoors. The texture is similar to a painted canvas. They are commonly used for high-end displays and backdrops. You can also get pole pockets for these types of banners.
About Fabric Banners
Fabric Banners are indoor banners that have a high end look and feel. Fabric banners are printed using a dye sublimation process. This means that the ink goes through the fabric instead of sitting on top of the fabric. This makes the colors extremely bright and vibrant. Additional finishing options include pole pockets.
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