Fabrics for Digital Printing
Rockland Industries, Inc.
August 13, 2007
Rockland Industries launched a collection of five fabrics for digitally printed residential and commercial applications. The company says its Roc-lon Duo-Tex HC has a high-count textile on both sides and allows users to print on both sides without colors or light showing through. Users also can mix and match solid colors and/or prints on opposite sides of the material. Duo-Tex HC is available in standard white, beige, black, burgundy, ecru, hazelnut, ivory, jade, nutmeg, pearl, sage, slate, and silver grey in standard widths up to 84 in. (2134 mm). Roc-lon Tex-Digi-lon HC features a high-count textile on one side and foam coating on the other. It is available in white in standard widths up to 100 in. (2794 mm), as well as custom widths. Rockland describes Roc-lon Tex-Digi-lon as the economical version of Tex-Digi-lon HC. It features the same blockout and is available in white and in standard widths up to 110 in. (2794 mm), as well as custom widths. Roc-lon Digi-lon features Rockland’s printable coating on both sides and blockout and 100% light-blocking/blackout properties. It is available in white, in standard widths up to 110 in., as well as custom widths. Roc-lon Tex-Digi-Suede HC features a high-count textile on one side and printable foam coating on the other and light-filtering qualities that allow it to be printed on either side. Tex-Digi-Suede HC is available in white and in standard widths up to 100 in. Custom widths are available. All of the fabrics are available in a NFPA 701 (2004) flame-resistant version. Rockland Industries, Inc., PO Box 17293, Baltimore, MD 21297, 410-522-2505, fax: 410-522-2545, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Web: www.roc-lon.com.
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