Soyang launches HP textile range

Soyang Europe has launched a new range of textiles that have been certified for use with HP Latex printers. The materials themselves have been manufactured in Germany by Aurich Textilien, with Soyang as the exclusive UK and Ireland distributor.

Fabrics from Soyang Europe’s new range of HP Latex certified materials are suitable for retail and soft signage applications.

The range comprises a variety of products, including Supernova knitted backlit, DigiFacination lightweight woven fabric, DigiPanorama 250g high quality display fabric and the lightweight DigiCompetition display fabric that’s ideal for stretch frame systems. These all come with flame retardant ratings and are suitable for sewing, finishing and transporting without noticeable loss of image quality, change in gloss or mark off. They’ve all passed the ISO 105-X12 test for dry rubbing

Mark Mashiter, managing director of Soyang Europe, says that there are more requests from wide format users for better performing fabrics, noting: “HP and Aurich have worked jointly to optimise this range of fabrics in order to achieve the best latex ink adhesion and thanks to the unique finishing agent, print companies with the latest generation HP Latex printers will see significant benefits.”


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