Freedom Paper Adds Two New Sign and Banner Materials

If you are looking for economical inkjet materials for printing short-term banners, durable posters, and colorful signs, check out two new wide-format inkjet materials from Freedom Paper: Instant-Dry Matte Tyvek® for High-Speed Printing and Pro Self-Adhesive Matte Polypro Film with Anti-Slip Liner.

These two new Freedom Paper products can be used to make signs, decals, and lightweight banners on the super-speedy, single-pass HP PageWide XL printers. They also work on other inkjet printers that use aqueous pigment inks, latex, and UV-curable inks.

Instant-Dry Matte Tyvek® for High-Speed Printing (511) is an ultra-smooth, 7-mil, Dupont® Tyvek® banner material. Use this durable, tear-resistant material for indoor or outdoor posters, lightweight banners, and point-of-purchase and retail displays. The coating produces bright. rich colors for high-definition graphics.

Freedom Paper Tyvek Banners

Prints dry quickly for smudge-resistant handling. The banners can be hemmed with high-tack banner tape. Instant-Dry Matte Tyvek is available in 36-inch x 100 ft. rolls on a 3-inch core.

Pro Self-Adhesive Matte Polypro Film with Anti-Slip Liner (806) is an 8-mil, tear-resistant, self-adhesive polypropylene film. The clear acrylic permanent adhesive on the back is protected with a 1.2 mil anti-slip liner.

Use this Pro Polypro Film to create mounted graphics and posters, package prototypes, short-term outdoor signage, or permanent window decals or graphics. It is sold on 3-inch core in two roll sizes: 36 in. x 100 ft. and 50 in. x 100 ft.

Freedom Paper Pro Self Adhesive Matte Polypro Film

Print durable mounted posters on Freedom Paper Pro Self-Adhesive Matte Polypro Film

For more information about either of these products, chat with the wide-format media experts at Freedom Paper  online at or call us at 866-310-3335.



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