Fabrics & Textiles

signJET Phototex

250 g - Polyester Cellulose Fabric, selfadhesive

Finely structured, self-adhesive textile for brilliant prints with bright, clear colors. Sticks to textiles, furniture, glass, panels, etc. Due to the unique dhesive, PhotoTex is removable residue-free and re-positionable many times over.


This self-adhesive textile fabric with its finely structured surface, enables colour-intensive advertising prints with clear, light-intensive colours. signJET Phototex differs from all previously known textile print media through its special, self-adhesive reverse side. Thanks to the use of a special glue, an advertising print can be reused and re-glued many times. The image prints are easy to reposition, can be removed without leaving any residues and can be stuck onto textile. Not suitable for sticking on rough stone and cement surfaces, ideally the surface should be dry and dust-free and should be cleaned before sticking in place. If printed with suitable inks, signJET Phototex can also be deployed outdoors for a period of 6 – 12 months. This innovative print substrate can be universally printed using solvent-based, eco solvent and UV-hardened inks. Before removing the carrier, it can be cut to size and even punched or stamped out. In order to give longer resistance to UV light, we recommend treating the prints with Clearstar™ Wallpaper matte.


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