Wide range of water based media, available in a variety of sizes which produce excellent image quality, quick drying and universal compatibility at a competitive price. The perfect media choice for backlit displays, windows, banners, wall graphics and indoor and outdoor displays.
A versatile media range for producing high quality images on indoor and outdoor displays, roller banners, front-lit display banners and wall graphics. Featuring an extensive range of latex media specifically developed for the HP Latex Printer range including banner, popup, clear and backlit films.
An exclusive range of solvent medias by Natura featuring roll up banner, PET film and the easy to apply and remove Flat Dot and Easy Tex perfect for retail environments.
A range of banners, films and wall coverings with a variety of different adhesive options. Perfect for wall covering, window decoration, POS, indoor and outdoor frontlit displays.
Our speciality media offers practical, multi-purpose solutions for creating stunning signage and graphics for floors, walls and ceilings. Our ranges include copper antimicrobial tinted films which play an important role in reducing virus and bacteria transmission.
Typically, a printer will face a vast diversity in the nature of jobs. This stretches from the variety of substrates, complications of sizes, mix of sizes all exacerbated by the end use and nature of the location. Not forgetting the increasing request for sustainable or eco print options. No wonder then that the deliberation over the right media can be an involved process. Particularly when faced with vinyls, matte, satin and gloss papers, foamex boards, foam board and card. Or diving into fluted eco-friendly board for displays and packaging. Maybe looking at window films, banner and roll-up choices, to anti-slip floor graphics or vinyls for decal production.
Then for some situations, it calls for determining the best adhesive approach and whether self-adhesive is more appropriate than specialist application by an expert. In fact, when thinking about it maybe the term ‘large-format’ should not just be about the size, but also about the intricacies of the media out there!