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Discussion in 'Digital Printing' started by tonywhittier, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. tonywhittier

    tonywhittier Member

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    what kind of material do you guys use to print a double sided banner that will be hung from a light pole? machine is a sp-540v
     
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  2. petepaz

    petepaz Major Contributor

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    i would use a 15oz smooth banner material.
     
  3. IronHawk

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    Out of all the stuff I've used, I prefer the Ultraflex SuperPrint Plus Eclipse. It's a black-back 13 oz scrim banner material and I print the banners head to head and then they are finished with sewn pole pockets.

    We print a ton of these and I haven't heard of any issues with the banners at all. One of my favorite materials to print on.
     
  4. SightLine

    SightLine Very Active Member

    UltraFlex Pole Banner Pro.....
     
  5. matrue

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    We currently use a 16oz bur for Blvd banner we use a 22oz that works great.

    matrue
     
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    Where do you guys go for your pole bracket supplies?
     
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    Thank you.
     
  9. jsmoritz2000

    jsmoritz2000 Very Active Member

    You could invest in a welder and build your own brackets. If you do frequent jobs that require brackets, you can make a lot more profit making your own and take pride in creating something unique and original. Welding is pretty easy to learn if you don't already know how. You can get cool prefab steel components from companies like kingmetals.com to create functional works of art.

    Sorry, not trying to hijack the thread.
     
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