Canon Scrim Banner Vinyl for Wide Format Printer/Plotter
Scrim Banner Vinyl is a high tensile strength banner with a blockout layer to prevent shine through. It consists of a polyester fabric that is embedded between two scrim vinyl layers, which allows it to be less susceptible to tearing. Ideal for event signage in art galleries, museums, supermarkets and service stations. This banner may be sewn or finished with grommets.
Canon Sign/Banner/Display Media
Eye-catching signs, bulletins, and announcements are easy to create with Canon large format printers. To suit many applications, our sign and banner media are tear resistant and offer a variety of special features, such as adhesive backing and vinyl coating.
- Event and Directional Signage
- Exhibitions & Sporting Events
- Ceiling Displays
- Theater Lobbies
- Indoor Banners
- Retail Promotions
- Point of Purchase Signage
With Canon media, you can count on consistently superb image quality and product performance. Canon media goes through rigorous testing to ensure compatibility with imagePROGRAF printers in order to provide the best image quality.
THE RIGHT MEDIA FOR THE JOB
Whether you’re drafting designs or producing point-of-purchase displays, signage, fine art and photo reproductions, Canon has the right large-format media to satisfy virtually every market.
Canon Scrim Banner Vinyl (MPN: 1290V133, 1290V134, 1290V135, 1290V137)
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