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Accent Soft Knit 5 FR
UV & Dye Sub Transfer Printable Fabric
Accent Soft Knit 5 FR is a medium weight 100% polyester warp knit fabric, commonly referred to as a celtic cloth. This fabric has a pleasing blue white shade, while demonstrating great wrinkle resistance and outstanding printability. Perfect for trade show applications with side stretch, soft hand, excellent drape, and wrinkle resistance. Accent Soft Knit 5 FR is treated to meet the NFPA 701 small scale flammability standard.
- Weight: 5oz / sq.yd.
- Flammability: Passed
- Material: 100% Polyester
- Weave: Warp Knit
- Thickness: 19 mil
- Printable Sides: Either side is compatible for printing
- Medium weight
- 100% Textured polyester warp knit
- Perfect for trade show applications
- Excellent side stretch, soft hand, and drape capabilities
- Treated to meet NFPA 701 flammability standard
- Window Displays
- Theatrical Displays
- P.O.S. Retail Signage
- Concerts / Festivals / Arenas
- P.O.P. Displays
- Indoor Banners
- Trade Show Displays
- Table Drapes
- Banner Stands
- Frame & Gasket
|Item Number||Width||Weight (lbs)||Roll Dia.|
FAURO-ACCENT SOFTKNIT 63
63" X 100yd
126" x 100yd
Standard roll length is 100 yds. but roll lengths may vary due to variability in piece lengths of fabric. Product is ordered and sold by the yard. Printer profiles for this product are available on HP’s media locator webpage or access them on Aurora’s website at www.auroratextile.com. For optimal print performance use with HP series printers which have “color optimization” technology. Printer compatibility can and does vary. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to determine compatibility. Sample rolls are available for such a purpose.
Synthetic (polyester) fabrics can be cut with a hot knife and welded or stitched to finish, but should be pre-tested for welding compatibility. Certain jobs may also require fabrics to be properly reinforced for grommeting, etc. Additionally, care should be taken when stitching silicone gaskets for frame systems as the stretch varies in knit fabrics.