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Wall Covering Material Vinyl PS

Discussion in 'Digital Printing' started by normanmacleod, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. normanmacleod

    normanmacleod New Member

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    What does everyone use for an interior wall mural?
    I was going to use standard calendered w/lam but am concerned about shrinkage over time.

    Wall size is 8' high and 30 feet long. It is not a temporary graphic but may need to be removed someday.

    Do you usually laminate it?

    Using Roland with ecosol inks.
     
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  2. ZsVinylInc

    ZsVinylInc Member

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    Have you thought about PhotoTex?
     
  3. normanmacleod

    normanmacleod New Member

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    Hi Zs;
    I am going to order a sample of Phototex today and test it.

    My biggest concern is that the client will be leaving this up for years and there will be at least 4 vertical seams down the wall. I am worried that a product that removes easily may also start to curl back and peel on its own over time.

    Has anyone used this long term with good results? How do the seams line up? and how much overlap do you give them?
     
  4. WB

    WB Active Member

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    What about the Oracal removeable wall vinyl?
     
  5. MachServTech

    MachServTech Very Active Member

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    Has anyone tried PhotoTex or other wall material for the HP Latex? Just wondering if it can handle that material.
     
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