• Claritex® Printable Polycarbonate Films


Looking for a printable high-performance transparent or bright white polycarbonate for retractable banner stands, tradeshow graphics or POP displays? For many screen and digital printers, Claritex® polycarbonate media is clearly the substrate of choice. For the "Total Systems Approach" Claritex® is matched for compatibility with RTape's Eclypse™ polycarbonate overlaminating films! These mix and match solutions provide better durability for retractable banner stands, posters, tradeshow booth panels, end caps and headers. This thicker construction helps eliminate wavy graphics, and beefs up the graphic to endure the constant handling and rolling of exhibit graphics!

 



Features

Polycarbonate
95% opacity

Benefits

Eliminates distracting shadows
Printable on a wide variety of digital platforms
Compatible with Eclypse overlaminates

Applications

Retractable banner stands
POP displays
Trade show graphics



 

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Tips and Tricks

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