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Reverse print on perforated

Discussion in 'Vinyl' started by what the, Aug 18, 2015.

  1. what the

    what the Owner/op

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    Anyone have knowledge about what material to use for reverse printing perforated and the know-hows?
    Any information is appreciated,
    Thank you so much.
     
  2. cbrown

    cbrown New Member

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    There is a perforated window film that you can print on the adhesive side - seen a sample but never used it. Most window films seem to have a black backing and doing a reverse print would be impossible. I don't know the product name for the perf you can print on the adhesive for an inside mount - my rep at Fellers told me about it months ago
     
  3. sfr table hockey

    sfr table hockey Very Active Member

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    There was a clear perf media, in fact I still have part of the sample roll. You need to be able to print white though.

    For that option you would reverse print then flood with white for the second pass and then black for the third pass. When done you would have a perf to mount on the inside of windows. Lots of printing when you can get similar results from a poster perf which is perf with no adhesive. You could mount that inside a window with clear adhesive strips or tabs with a lot less printing.

    I can't print white but thought a person could spray the white and black manually..... but it never worked very well with plugging up the holes.

    Here was the thread with info on the suction cup perf that was removable.
    http://www.signs101.com/forums/show...everse-adhesive-on-perf&p=1224899#post1224899
     
  4. 2CT Media

    2CT Media Very Active Member

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    Get a non adhesive perf banner film like panofilm and mount a optically clear adhesive after printing.
     
  5. BigfishDM

    BigfishDM Merchant Member

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    Is it being viewed from the inside? Is it being applied on the inside? I have a unique perf for that application if your interested.
     
  6. niksagkram

    niksagkram Active Member

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