Is there a fabric that can be imaged on both sides to make a double sided banner?
Yes, Combined Polyester is a fabric frequently used in the production of banners where two sided imaging is required. There is a lightweight version and a heavyweight version. The fabric is laminated with a block out liner between the two fabric surfaces to prevent image shadowing. For a pre-printed hand swatch of this fabric email us with your name and address and we will send it out US Mail.
What’s the difference between a right read and reverse read blade banner or teardrop banner?
A reverse read blade banner is printed on a 110 gram flag fabric where the image bleeds through (95% opacity) to the reverse side of the fabric. The image is mirrored on the back of the flag. A double sided banner is fabricated with two ply fabric, each printed with the information reading correctly. The two fabrics are sewn together to create a double sided right read banner. If you would like samples of these fabrics send us your name and address and we will drop them in the US Mail.